Justin Timberlake will play in the drama “Palmer” the role of a former sportsman

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Charles B. Wessler, who won this year’s Oscar for “Green Book,” will produce the film with SK Pen’s John Penotti and Charlie Corwin. Producers will also be Sidney Kimmel and Daniel Nadler.

“Palmer”, written by Cheryl Guerriero, follows a former successful American football player Eddie Palmer, who, after spending a period in prison, returns to his hometown to restore his life to his feet. He is confronted with old conflicts and is in the position to take care of a boy abandoned by his mother.

Timberlake recently finished work on the animated production “Trolls World Tour” (DreamWorks), for which he lent his voice. The animated feature film, which will be released on April 17, 2020, is a continuation of “Trolls” (2016), which has generated revenue of $ 346 million globally and has nominated it in the “best original song” category. “Of the Oscars, for” Can’t Stop the Feeling! ”

He has also starred in the films “Inside Llewyn Davis” by brothers Joel and Ethan Coen, “Trouble with the Curve” by Clint Eastwood and “The Social Network” by David Fincher.

Stevens is currently at the Toronto Film Festival, where he presents the documentary “And We Go Green”, which he directed with Malcolm Venville. He also plays in Edward Norton’s latest film, “Motherless Brooklyn,” also selected in Toronto. A leading actor, Stevens is also part of the cast of “Succession” (HBO) and will be featured in Wes Anderson’s “The French Dispatch” next year.

Fisher Stevens also directed the documentary “Before the Flood”, produced by Leonardo DiCaprio, and the Emmy-nominated documentary “Brights Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds.” In 2010, he won an Oscar for the documentary “The Cove” he produced.

SK Global’s successful projects include “Crazy Rich Asians”, “Delhi Crime” and “Hell or High Water” with Jeff Bridges and Chris Pine.

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