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‘Moon’ Director Duncan Jones Hits ‘Mute’ With Paul Rudd and Alexander Skarsgard

Paul Rudd (Ant-Man) will be joined by Alexander Skarsgard (Tarzan, True Blood) in the title role, for the sci-fi thriller Mute, which will be directed by BAFTA-winning director Duncan Jones (Moon, pictured, Warcraft).

Berlin. Forty years from today. A roiling city of immigrants, where East crashes against West in a science-fiction Casablanca. Leo Beiler (Skarsgard), a Mute bartender has one reason and one reason only for living here, and she’s disappeared. But when Leo’s search takes him deeper into the city’s underbelly, an odd pair of American surgeons (led by Rudd) seem to be the only recurring clue, and Leo can’t tell if they can help, or who he should fear most.

Mute is based on a script by Jones and Mike Johnson and will be produced by Stuart Fenegan under Jones and Fenegan’s Liberty Films banner. Lotus Entertainment has come on board to handle international sales starting at the upcoming AFM. CAA who arranged for the financing is handling the domestic sale. Production is scheduled to start in March 2016. Lotus’ Bill Johnson, Jim Seibel, and Ara Keshishian will serve as executive producers.

Director Duncan Jones said: “I’ve been working towards making Mute for 12 years now. I cannot tell you how thrilled I am that we’re finally going to shoot this utterly unique film. The fact that I get to make it with Alexander Skarsgard and Paul Rudd makes it all the more exciting! Mute is a film that will last. It is unlike any other science fiction being made today.”



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  • GinsuVictim

    If you never saw Moon, leave now and watch it immediately.

    • SugarShane333

      I didn’t like it all that much. It had to payoff for me whatsoever, but if my friend hadn’t raved about how amazing g it was I might’ve enjoyed it more. Definitely not something I would ever try fighting through again.

    • Maxime C

      I KNOW !!! I planned to watch it for like…two years, never getting in the mood.
      And when I finally did last week, I just wanted to kill myself for not doing so before. It was really really, really good.
      I would recommend MOON more than IT FOLLOWS.

      • Maxime C

        I love my post so much I’m gonna like it.

        • GinsuVictim

          I liked your post. Never like your own posts.

          • Maxime C

            It was morning, the sun was hitting my sleepy face, coffee started to crank through my mind, I couldn’t resist.

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