Rami Malek’s Latest Movie Faces Shutdown as SAG-AFTRA Strike Approaches: Rami Malek’s Latest Movie is coming under the direction of James Hawes.
It stars Rami Malek as a CIA cryptographer haunted by the death of his wife following a terrorist attack began principal photography on June 2 in London, the movie is also scheduled to do filming in south-east of England, London, France, and Turkey
The production of Rami Malek’s Latest Movie faces shutdown yesterday, on July 13 as the historic SAG-AFTRA strike looks set to go ahead.
In February 2023, the announcement to produce the project for 20th Century Studios was done by Hutch Parker and Dan Wilson with the director, James Hawes and Rami Malek in the leading role.
Malek is also serving as the executive producer on her upcoming thriller film The Amateur. In May, Rachel Brosnahan, Caitriona Balfe, Adrian Martinez, Laurence Fishburne, Holt McCallany, and Julian Nicholson were added to the cast.
If the strike continues, it would be the first strike by Hollywood writers and actors at the same time in more than 60 years.
It is the first time since 1960 that both actors and writers are on strike at the same time – the impact on the wider film and TV industry will bring both the film and TV industry to its knees but is expected to be seismic.
The premiere of Christopher Nolan’s upcoming movie Oppenheimer, which also stars Rami Malek, was moved forward by an hour to allow the cast members of the film to attend press without breaking the rules of the strike.
Only Rami Malek’s Latest Movie The Amateur, isn’t affected by preparing to halt production. House of the Dragon, Day of the Jackal, Gladiator 2, Mortal Kombat 2, and more are affected by the strike. If the strike continues, it will bring both the film and TV industry to their knees.