Clive Owen and Jessica Biel are taking an introspective turn.
The duo’s attached to star in Invisible from director Danis Tanovic (No Man’s Land), Good Films Productions announced Friday. It will produce and finance the movie, while Good Universe is tasked with worldwide sales and will peddle the project at Cannes.
According to the film’s official description, Invisible follows Felix (Owen) and Ann (Biel) who, despite their perfect lives, find themselves wanting more. On the other side of London — Anton, Hana and Alma have each traveled from faraway lands and put their lives on the line to seek out better opportunities than their homeland can offer. As these vastly separate lives collide in interweaving stories of class, identity and belonging, Invisible examines the true cost that the pursuit of happiness can take.
Playwright Tena Stivicic is adapting the screenplay from her play of the same name.
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Owen currently stars in the period drama The Knick on Cinemax. He’ll also appear in Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets from director Luc Besson. It’s due July 21, 2017.
Meanwhile, Biel starred in December’s thrilling drama Bleeding Heart along with Girls star Zosia Mamet.
Shooting for Invisible is pegged for an October start on location in London.