Ridley Scott’s exceptionally anticipated historical drama Kitbag featuring Joaquin Phoenix invited the Killing Eve star, Jodie Comer, installed as the female lead. The film depends on the existence events of military leader and emperor, Napoleon Bonaparte where the filmmaker will endeavor to feature his thought processes artistically. The film would stamp Comer’s second movie with the veteran director Ridley Scott after the impending historical drama The Last Duel.
As Deadline announced recently in March, the veteran filmmaker was peering toward the 28-year-old to get her ready for the historical drama subsequent to being entirely dazzled by her exhibition in The Last Duel. As per a report by Variety, the actor is at last affirmed to play inverse the Joker actor in Kitbag. While addressing Variety, she opened up about getting the chance to work with Phoenix and setting out on one more excursion with Scott.
Depicting Joaquin Phoenix as somebody she ‘massively respects’, Comer uncovered that she hopped on the shot at tolerating the deal and work with a similar group by and by. Also, she discussed having the chance to learn by working with new individuals by saying, ”You learn and you develop such a huge amount by being and working with individuals that you’re working close by. Furthermore, I simply think having that chance – I’m so eager to dive into that world.”
The actor additionally uncovered that she has not begun getting ready for her job of Josephine as she is presently bustling wrapping the fourth and finishing up season of her well known series Killing Eve close by Sandra Oh. Comer is good to go to start off the promotions of Ridley Scott’s impending fourteenth century drama The Last Duel. The film likewise includes Matt Damon, Ben Affleck and Adam Driver. She will likewise be making her Venice Film Festival debut as the film will be debuted at the celebration. Discussing something very similar, she said, ”It’s something I’ve seen each year and recently thought, ‘Amazing, how cool and great is that,’ so the way that I will be there feels so strange.” On the other hand, Kitbag would stamp Phoenix’s second film with Scott in the wake of chipping away at the 2000 film Gladiator.