Entertainers Josh O’Connor (The Crown) and Paul Mescal (Normal People) are joining forces in the new World War I romance, The History of Sound. The film will be helmed by Queer Palm victor, Oliver Hermanus, and the content will be adjusted by Ben Shattuck from his own honor winning brief tale. The film was announced by creation organization End Cue, and is being co-financed by Film4.
O’Connor and Mescal’s projecting was announced in a new report by THR. The two entertainers will be playing the lead characters Lionel (Mescal) and David (O’Connor). While the film isn’t booked to begin creation until 2022, the film’s maker, Andrew Kortschak, has as of now described the experience of working with Mescal and O’Connor as a tremendous advantage.
The History of Sound will follow the narrative of Lionel and David as they set off to record the lives, voices, and music of their kinsmen during World War I, and has been described as a “all inclusive romantic tale.” Director Oliver Hermanus has described it as “an excursion through the life of America, across the twentieth century and the customs of American people music, all seen through the connection between two men inundated throughout the entire existence of sound.” Principal photography is set to begin in 2022 and will be shot for the most part in the U.S., nonetheless, the shoot is additionally expected to take the cast and team to area shoots in the U.K. what’s more, Italy also. At this beginning phase, the movie producers still can’t seem to announce a delivery date for The History of Sound.