Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 1 October 2014

Foy goes Interstellar with Nolan

Mackenzie Foy has reportedly joined the cast of Christopher Nolan's science-fiction film Interstellar.

The Twilight actress could be reuniting with her Wish You Well co-star Ellen Burstyn for the upcoming movie, reported The Wrap.

Homeland actor Timothee Chamalet, who plays the Vice President's son Finn Walden on the Emmy-winning series, is also in discussions for a role.

Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, Casey Affleck and Michael Caine are already on board for the top secret film, which follows a group of explorers travelling through an inter-dimensional wormhole.

Christopher, who will take the reins for the first time after completing his rebooted Batman trilogy, will produce with wife Emma Thomas through their production company Syncopy Films.

Interstellar, which has been written by Chris' brother Jonah, has been inspired by one of Chris' original sci-fi ideas.

Shooting is expected to begin in August, in time for the film to be released in 2014.

Mackenzie, who played Edward and Bella's daughter Renesmee in the last two Twilight movies, will next be seen in James Wan's horror The Conjuring and is set to voice a role alongside Jeff Bridges in The Little Prince.

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