Jack Reynor has now officially joined Tom Holland in the upcoming Russo Brothers film “Cherry”. The film based on the bestselling novel by the same name from author Nico Walker, a former Army medic who returned from Iraq with extreme un-diagnosed PTSD and fell into opioid addiction and began robbing banks.
Irish actor Jack Reynor (‘Midsommar,’ ‘Strange Angel,’ ‘What Richard Did’), ‘IT’ star Bill Skarsgård, and Ciara Bravo (‘Wayne,’ ‘The Long Dumb Road’) are set to star alongside Tom Holland in Joe and Anthony Russo’s drama ‘Cherry.’
The sibling duo’s first non-Marvel feature, the film is based on Nico Walker’s novel of the same name detailing the true-life story of the author, who at the age of 19 dropped out of college and enlisted in the US Army. Walker served as an Army medic in Iraq 11 months, going on more than 250 combat missions.
From Anthony Russo and Joe Russo’s AGBO Films and The Hideaway Entertainment, the film also stars Ciara Bravo (Red Band Society) Bill Skarsgard (IT), Forrest Goodluck (The Revenant), Jeff Wahlberg (Dora and the Lost City of Gold), Michael Gandolfini (The Deuce) and Kyle Harvey (The After Party).
The Russo Brothers will direct the script adapted by Jessica Goldberg and also co-written by Angela Otstot (The Shield).
The Russos will also produce alongside Chris Castaldi and studio president, Mike Larocca under their AGBO Films banner, as well as CEO, Jonathan Gray and President, Matthew Rhodes under their company banner, The Hideaway Entertainment.
The film will be executive produced by Todd Makurath (the CEO) and Jake Aust from AGBO and The Hideaway Entertainment’s Kristy Maurer Grisham and Judd Payne.
Reynor recently appeared in A24’s summer breakout hit Midsommar directed by Ari Aster. He also stars in the CBS All Access series Strange Angel.
The Ireland native’s previous credits include the Ruth Bader Ginsburg biopic On the Basis of Sex as well as What Richard Did, Sing Street, Free Fire, Detroit, Transformers: Age of Extinction and Kin. He also wrote and directed the short Bainne starring Will Poulter.
He is repped by WME and Macfarlane Chard.