Jonathan Majors is ready to star as a Marine and conflict veteran affected by PTSD in a drama titled “892.”
The movie would be the directorial debut of Abi Damaris Corbin, who’s a Sony Pictures Fellow for the studio’s Directors Program. Her brief movie “The Suitcase” made its premiere on the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival and was shortlisted for a BAFTA award.
In “892,” Majors will play a person who suffers from psychological scars and is struggling together with his transition again to civilian life. Corbin wrote the script with Kwame Kwei-Armah, who additionally co-wrote Spike Lee’s upcoming function in regards to the invention of Viagra. “892” will start capturing this summer time.
The movie was developed with Epic, a part of Vox Media Studios, and Salmira Productions. The producers are Salman Al-Rashid and Sam Frohman of Salmira Productions and Joshuah Bearman and Mackenzie Fargo of Epic. Epic’s Arthur Spector and Joshua Davis, and Salmira Productions’ Sims Frazier are govt producers. Kevin Turen and Ashley Levinson of Little Lamb Productions are additionally hooked up to the undertaking to provide.
CAA Media Finance and Endeavor Content are arranging financing for the movie and can co-represent its distribution rights.
Jonathan Majors broke out in an enormous manner in 2020, starring within the HBO collection “Lovecraft Country” and Spike Lee’s “Da 5 Bloods.” He additionally made waves in 2019’s “The Last Black Man in San Francisco” and can subsequent be seen in “Ant-Man 3,” Netflix’s “The Harder They Fall” and Black Label Media’s “Devotion.”
Majors is repped by CAA, Management 360, Jackoway Austen and The Lede Company. Corbin is represented by WME, Redefine Entertainment and attorneys Nelson Davis LLP. Kwei-Armah is represented by CAA, Redefine Entertainment, LGNA and United Agents within the U.Okay.
Deadline first reported the information.
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