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Looks like Max and Oscar Isaac will be reuniting on screen once again, this time in Kieran Darcy-Smith’s, Memorial Day. Details below! Congrats Max!
Oscar Isaac and Max Minghella are attached to play brothers in Memorial Day, a 1980s-set crime drama from Australian writer-director Kieran Darcy-Smith. Ted Hope and Aquarius Films’ Angie Fielder will produce the saga of the Hispanic brothers who struggle to redress the fallout from a family tragedy. The aim is to shoot in Florida next year. Darcy-Smith tells Deadline the financing will be finalized after a third key role is cast.
On the heels of prominent roles in “The Social Network” and “The Ides of March,” Max Minghella has entered talks to star opposite Daniel Radcliffe in director Alexandre Aja’s supernatural thriller “Horns,” which financier Red Granite Pictures is co-producing with Mandalay Pictures.
Scribe Keith Bunin (“In Treatment”) adapted Joe Hill’s novel.
Radcliffe will play Ig Perrish, who awakens one morning to find horns starting to grow from his head. He soon realizes their power drives people to confess their sins and give in to their impulses — an effective tool in his quest to discover the truth about his late girlfriend’s murder.
Minghella is in negotiations to play Lee Tourneau, a public defender with a hidden dark side.
Shooting is slated to begin this fall. Red Granite Pictures’ international sales arm will handle foreign sales.Minghella, who recently wrapped the lead role in Joe Johnston’s low-budget Universal thriller “Not Safe for Work,” is currently filming Shawn Levy’s Fox comedy “The Internship” with Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson. Thesp recently starred opposite Emile Hirsch in “The Darkest Hour,” and he’ll next be seen alongside Channing Tatum in the high school reunion pic “10 Years.”
Minghella is repped by CAA, Anonymous Content and Jackoway Tyerman.
Max is currently featured in the latest issue of Vogue Magazine! He is part of the The Custom of the Country spread which was shot by Annie Leibovitz. Max was photographed alongside several other actors, actresses and writers including Jeffrey Eugenides, Juno Temple, and Jonathan Safran Foer.
Ever since his turn as Divya Narendra, the smooth Harvard upperclassman who takes on Mark Zuckerberg with the Winklevoss twins in The Social Network, 26-year-old Max Minghella (far right) has not been short on roles with star-making potential (sought after by directors: future leading man quality number one). Next month, he appears alongside Channing Tatum and Justin Long in the high school reunion flick Ten Years, and in October, he’ll star in Joe Johnston’s thriller, Not Safe for Work—this after spending the summer in Atlanta to film Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson’s next comedy, The Internship. “I play a bad person,” is all Minghella will say about the role (remaining tight-lipped about high-profile projects: future leading man quality number two).
For the Vogue shoot, Minghella played Maxfield Parrish, the Philadelphia-born artist known for paintings and illustrations infused with neoclassicist drama—nymphs amid Roman columns, cascading waterfalls, sun spilling onto lakeside mountains. Wharton was among the early influencers who recognized something distinctive about Parrish’s work, commissioning his illustrations for her book Italian Villas and Their Gardens. “I pray I’m a slightly better actor than a painter,” says Minghella, who played a painter in 2006’s Art School Confidential. “I can’t draw a stick figure successfully” (charming self-deprecation: future leading man quality number three). Still, the actor, who is the son of the late Oscar-winning director Anthony Minghella, sees comparisons between the kind of circle Wharton brought together in the early 1900s, and the people he seeks out himself. “Life sort of created people to be drawn to one another, regardless of what medium they focus on,” he says. “I was obviously exhilarated to meet Jeffrey Eugenides—and I think I managed not to humiliate myself too much.”
Apologies for the downtime for the last couple of days! We’re back now and to start things off, here’s the first official trailer for Max’s upcoming film, 10 Years.
Jake is deeply in love with his girlfriend and ready to propose – until he runs into his high school flame for the first time in ten years. Jake’s friend Cully married his cheerleader girlfriend, and has been looking forward to the reunion so he can finally apologize to all the classmates he bullied in high school. However, after a few too many drinks, the jock-turned-family man ends up reverting back to his old ways instead. Meanwhile, longtime rivals Marty and A.J spend the night still trying to one-up each other to impress the coolest girl in class, who now has a secret. The famous one of the group, Reeves, is now well-known musician, but is still too shy to talk to the high school crush who inspired his one hit wonder.
Also, if you haven’t heard the news yet, Max has joined twitter! So give him a warm welcome and follow @Max_Minghella!
Max Minghella (“The Social Network”) is in early negotiations to join Shawn Levy’s 20th Century Fox comedy “The Internship,” which is also adding Josh Brener (“Glory Daze”), Tiya Sircar (“Friends With Benefits”) and newcomer Tobit Raphael to its supporting cast.
“Wedding Crashers” stars Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson are set reunite for the project, which Levy’s 21 Laps Entertainment banner will produce with Vaughn’s Wild West Picture Show Prods. shingle.
Vaughn and Wilson play old school salesmen who, finding themselves suddenly unemployed and passed-by in the digital world, try to reinvent themselves by becoming interns at a major tech company.
Minghella is in talks to play a ruthlessly competitive intern who plans to sabotage the protags in order to land a coveted full-time job. Brener is set to play another intern who helps and is helped by the heroes.
Minghella is repped by CAA and Anonymous Content. Brener is repped by Talent Works, which also reps Sircar and Raphael. TV veteran Sircar is also repped by John Carrabi.