Eddie Redmayne will purportedly star in an impending movie about British political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica. Redmayne is an entertainer known for taking on many diverse roles in his vocation. From playing Marius in the film transformation of Les Miserables to starring as Newt Scamander in the Fantastic Beasts franchise to his Academy Award-winning depiction of Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything. He has gotten several accolades for his performances both in front of an audience and screen, and presently he has another and interesting part to take on.
Per Collider, Redmayne is supposedly set to star in an untitled Cambridge Analytica movie for AGBO Films, the creation organization of Avengers: Endgame directors Joe and Anthony Russo. Redmayne will allegedly play Christopher Wylie, the pink-haired Canadian information consultant and Cambridge Analytica whistleblower. The movie’s script was written by Avengers: Endgame writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, with Oscar-victor Peter Farrelly in talks to coordinate.
In 2018, Christopher Wylie released documents to The Guardian that uncovered Cambridge Analytica’s supposed unapproved possession of personal private information of up to 87 million Facebook users to make designated advanced advertisement campaigns. The Guardian article will be the basis for the new film. The Russo Brothers will deliver with their AGBO accomplice Mike Larocca.
Redmayne has positively substantiated himself to effectively assume personal parts following The Theory of Everything and The Danish Girl. The entertainer most as of late showed up as Tom Hayden in Aaron Sorkin’s widely praised The Trial of the Chicago 7 and will soon return as Newt in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them 3, which will release in July 2022. He also will play serial executioner Charles Cullen in the impending thrill ride The Good Nurse.