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Venom 2 adds Irish star Stephen Graham in mysterious role

New   2021-01-17 07:40:03

English actor Stephen Graham , who co -star alongside Tom Hardy in The FX Series Venom 2 , Collider confirmed. Andy Serkis runs the Sony sequel, which brings back Michelle Williams and Woody Harrelson , and welcoming Oscar nominated actress Naomie Harris . Meanwhile, Avi Arad , Matt Tolmach and Amy Pascal return to produce the comic book film with Hutch Parker . Sony has not commented on the casting news. Graham is one of the best character actors working today, and you can currently watch him take on Jimmy Hoffa Al Pacino p> in The Irishman , in which he plays the role of the organizer of the stage thief work Anthony "Tony Pro " Provenzano . Award-winning Netflix film marks the third time Graham has worked with Martin Scorsese , as he also appeared in Gangs of New York before playing Al Capone on Boardwalk Empire . Image via FX The first Venom movie surprised box office analysts on its way to grossing $ 855 million worldwide, making it a huge hit for Sony, which has proven to could deliver a box office winner without Marvel"s help. Kelly Marcel wrote the , which would find villainous Shriek (Harris) teaming up with Harrelson"s carnage. The role of Graham, however, is being kept a secret. I "ve noticed Graham for the first time in the Guy Ritchie "s crime drama in 2000 Shane Meadows "2006 skinhead drama This Is England . He then played Baby Face Nelson in the Michael Mann Public Enemies gangster movie, and Scrum in the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise. Additional Graham credits include Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy , < Rocketman Idris Elba < Yardie Tom Hanks by Sony Greyhound , which hits theaters on the 8th May 2020. Graham, who will soon be seen playing Jacob Marley in the FX adaptation of A Christmas Carol , is represented by ICM Partners, LINK Entertainment and Independent Talent Group. Her casting was first reported at Deadline . To read Matt Goldberg "s review of The Irishman, click here . Review of "The Irishman ": Martin Scorsese digs in the wreckage of the greatest generation Scorsese"s latest film is a powerful reflection on life and legacy, but also on the ccost of cheap loyalty. "WandaVision ": MCU Easter Eggs you might have missed If the first two episodes of "WandaVision " tell us something, is that you have to keep your eyes open.