Apple Original Films’ continues to increase the forged for the Martin Scorsese directed thriller Killers of the Flower Moon.
Set in Twenties Oklahoma, Killers of the Flower Moon depicts the serial homicide of members of the oil-wealthy Osage Nation, a string of brutal crimes that got here to be generally known as the Reign of Terror.
Belleau will play Henry Roan, an Osage rancher with shut ties to DiCaprio’s Burkhart household. Cancelmi is Kelsie Morrison, an area hustler and buddy of DiCaprio’s Burkhart. Isbell, who makes his performing debut within the movie, performs Bill Smith, an adversary of Ernest Burkhart, whereas Sturgill Simpson joins as notorious rodeo champion and bootlegger Henry Grammer.
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Belleau was born in Williams Lake, British Columbia on Alkali Lake a small reservation additionally identified to First Nations Secwepemc as Esketemc. Among Belleau’s notable roles are Blackway starring Anthony Hopkins, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, The Killing, Netflix’s Frontier, Van Helsing, Arctic Air, Amazon’s The Man within the High Castle, Loudermilk, Supergirl and Blood Quantum. Belleau is represented by Premiere Talent Management.
Cancelmi’s credit embody Boardwalk Empire, Blue Bloods, Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman, and the upcoming The Eyes of Tammy Faye. He is represented by Cyrena Esposito at Red Letter Entertainment and Elizabeth Weiderseim and Randi Goldstein at The Gersh Agency.
Isbell broke by in 2013 with the discharge of “Southeastern.” His subsequent two albums, “Something More Than Free” (2015) and “The Nashville Sound” (2017), received Grammy Awards for Best Americana Album & Best American Roots Song. Isbell’s music “Maybe It’s Time” was featured within the 2019 reboot of A Star Is Born. His newest full-length, “Reunions” (2020), is a critically-acclaimed assortment of ten new songs that showcases an artist on the peak of his powers and a band absolutely charged with creativity and confidence. He is repped by Alexandra Sera and Andrew Colvin at WME & Traci Thomas at TT Management.
Simpson was just lately seen in Melina Matsoukas’ movie Queen and Slim and Jim Jarmusch’s The Dead Don’t Die, for which he wrote and carried out the theme music. Simpson made his performing debut within the CBS All Access sequence $1 from Jason Mosberg and Craig Zobel. In October of 2020, Simpson launched his first bluegrass challenge, “Cuttin’ Grass Vol. 1–The Butcher Shoppe Sessions.” The album was conceived whereas he was recovering at residence after being hospitalized with Coronavirus, and noticed him reimagining songs from throughout his catalogue backed by a few of Nashville’s most interesting acoustic virtuosos. He launched “Cuttin’ Grass Vol. 2 –The Cowboy Arms Sessions” in December 2020, that includes “Hobo Cartoon” co-written with Merle Haggard. His 2014 “Metamodern Sounds in Country Music” album was Grammy nominated. Other Grammy nom highlights embody 2016’s “A Sailor’s Guide To Earth” (Grammy-nominated for Album of the Year and winner for Best Country Album) and just lately Best Rock Album for “Sound & Fury.” Simpson is represented by Paradigm and TMWRK Management.