Henry Golding, Cary Elwes and More Join 'Ungentlemen's War Department'
Rising Star starred in Guy Ritchie's WWII film alongside Henry Cavill.
The rest of the cast has been announced for Guy Ritchie and Jerry Bruckheimer's upcoming war film, The Ministry of War. The film, which will begin production on February 13, will be joined by an all-star cast Henry Cavill and Eiza Gonzalez, including Crazy Rich Asians' Henry Golding.
According to a new report from Deadline, Golding has joined the cast of Ungentlemanly Warfare. The star, best known for playing Nick Young alongside Constance Wu in the hit movie Crazy Rich Asians, will co-star Cavill and Gonzalez in an undisclosed role in the film. His most recent project, Club of Assassins, will be released this year, in which he plays Morgan Gaines, an assassin hired to kill six people from around the world.
Golding was not the only actor to join the project, and an all-star cast was announced. Joining Cavill, Gonzalex and Goldin is Alan Ritchson, best known for his role as the titular Jack Reacher on the Amazon TV series "Reacher," and in " Roberto da Costa in The New Mutants and Enrique "Henry" Zaga as Brad in 13 Reasons Why. Alex Pettyfer, Cary Elwes, Hero Fiennes Tiffin, Babs Olusanmokun and Til Schweiger also star in the new film.
In October, it was announced that Cavill and Gonzalez would lead Ritchie and Bruckheimer's new World War II setting film. Cavill will play the leader of the spy organization, and Gonzalez will play a military sniper with extraordinary espionage capabilities. The Ungentlemanly Warfare Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare is based on true events during World War II and is based on the book of the same name by war correspondent and military historian Damian Lewis. The story will focus on the WWII secret operations organization founded by former British Prime Ministers Winston Churchill and Ian Fleming, and how the unit changed the course of the war and formed the basis of the modern Black Ops force.
Screenplay by Rich (who will also direct), Paul Tamasi and Arash Amell. Bruckheimer, Chad Oman, Ivan Atkinson and John Friedberg serve as producers on the project, with Scott Lastaiti, Olga Filipuk, Damien Lewis, Tamasy and Johnson serving as executive producers.
Filming on The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare is scheduled to begin on February 13. at the same time, Check out Golding in the official trailer for Crazy Rich Asians.