Crazy Moneythe feature film on the GameStop affair directed by Craig Gillespie, will bring together an incredible cast.
Since the spectacular release of I’m Tonya, there’s no stopping Craig Gillespie. The man recently directed a Disney film violencebefore directing Pamela Anderson’s sextape series, Pam and Tommy. And while the second part of violence should see the light of day, Craig Gillespie is also responsible for the creation of Crazy Money, a feature film that will retrace the events of the GameStop affair.
GameStop is the name of the American chain of stores specializing in video games and electronic equipment that was on the verge of bankruptcy before a community of young entrepreneurs overturned the hedge fund’s estimates and caused it to lose They have almost $7 billion. The film is an adaptation of the novel by Ben Mezrich, The Antisocial Network. If not, The deadline just revealed part of the cast which looks great:
Seth Rogen vs. the stock market
Full movie So Seth Rogen, Sebastian Stan, Paul Dano and Pete Davidson had to come together in front of Craig Gillespie’s camera. It is not it is not the first time that the filmmaker collaborates with Seth Rogen and Sebastian Stan since the two actors recently starred in his series Pam and Tommy. Rogen will soon also join Paul Dano in the cast of The Fabelmans, the new movie directed by Steven Spielberg. As it is, the world is small.
In addition, it is a pleasure to see Paul Dano in front of a camera, he who has recently been seen more interesting. The Batmandirected by Matt Reeves, and who also stars in man in space, directed by Johan Renck. Pete Davidson, meanwhile, will appear alongside Kaley Cuoco in the film. Meet Cutebut also in the next production of A24, Onesies Onesies Onesies.
Sebastian Stan returns to Gillespie
As a reminder, another novel by Ben Mezrich has been adapted for the big screen in Hollywood since the big time The Social Network Directed by David Fincher from the book The Accidental Billionaire: The Founding Of Facebook, A Story Of Sex, Money, Genius, And Betrayal. The screenplay was written by Rebecca Angelo and Lauren Schuker Blum, which will start airing next October.
While waiting to get the first pictures of it Crazy Moneynote that Netflix will release a mini-series on the same case this month, GameStop: Geeks challenge Wall Streeton September 28. Something to quietly review while waiting to enjoy the feature film, which does not yet have a release date in France.