Busted singer Matt Willis co-starred in the film Wolves of War with Gossip Girl’s Ed Westwick and Sherlock’s Rupert Graves. According to Deadline, the trio has all been cast in the action thriller, and filming began earlier this week in the United Kingdom. Willis, along with Westwick, will take part in a perilous Bavarian mission near the end of WWII to rescue an American (played by Graves) being held as a hostage by Nazis
WIllis, in addition to being a member of Busted, has also had a number of acting roles, including Luke Riley in EastEnders and Stubbs, Stacey Slater’s boyfriend, in Birds of a Feather. He also appeared in a number of stage plays and musicals. While Westwick is best known for his role as a bass chuck in Gossip Girl, he has also appeared in Wicked City and The Crash. Graves, who has also appeared in The War of the Worlds, Emma, and Made in Dagenham, plays the long-suffering DI Lestrade in the BBC Sherlock adaptation.
Giles Alderson, who directed Arthur & Merlin
Knights of Camelot and The Filmmakers Podcast, will direct Wolves of War, starring Signature’s Elizabeth Williams and Signature’s Katie Wilkinson. Signature’s Director of Acquisitions and Development, Williams, confirmed the casting news. “We are all very excited that Ed Westwick (Goodman), Matt Willis, and Rupert Graves have been a part of this very exciting project, and we expect it to be a huge success around the world.” Wolves of War does not yet have a release date.
See how Sherlock star tell about split: Amanda Abbington, a Sherlock star, has spoken out about her divorce from former co-star Martin Freeman, claiming that their split has caused “irreparable damage” to their two children.
Earlier this month, the actress took to Instagram to talk about her relationship with her husband Joe, 15, and daughter Grace, 12, and how she encourages them to be open to her at home as part of the It’s OK mental health campaign, for which she is an ambassador. “I think it’s disturbing if I just pretend to be Stepford Wife’s parent,” Abbington, who has also appeared in I Hate Suzie, The Bill, and Mr. Selfridge, said.
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