Following the premiere of ‘After Everything’, Hero Fiennes Tiffin is reportedly in talks for the upcoming production of Archery Pictures, titled ‘Fackham Hall’. Joining Hero Fiennes Tiffin in this upcoming comedy is Thomasin McKenzie, a popular actress whose portrayal of ‘Tom’, the daughter of a man suffering from PTSD in the movie, ‘Leave No Trace’ gained immense recognition. ‘Fackham Hall’ is supposedly a spoof film that parodises popular period dramas such as ‘Downton Abbey’ and ‘Gosford Park’. In the film, Hero Fiennes Tiffin will potentially assume the role of a porter who begins a relationship with the youngest daughter (played by Thomasin McKenzie) of a prominent family in the United Kingdom. At the same time, rivalries are taking momentum in the Davenport family, led by Lord and Lady Davenport whilst they attempt to get past the epic failure of the wedding of their eldest daughter to her cousin. ‘Fackham Hall’ presents a unique and clever plot that is predicted to humor its viewers throughout.
Details on Cast, Crew, Location and More
Hero Fiennes Tiffin is a fan favorite amongst the viewers of one of his most recognized film series titled ‘After’ (a book adaptation) in which he starred alongside, Josephine Langford. His other roles include, young Tom Riddle in ‘Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince’, Brooks Gustafson in ‘The Silencing’ and Mitch in ‘The Loneliest Boy in the World’. Some of the notable films of Thomasin McKenzie include, ‘Last Night in Soho’, ‘Totally Completely Fine’ and ‘Jojo Rabbit’. The duo will be joined by actors, Emma Laird and Katherine Waterston in the cast for ‘Fackham Hall’. Emma Laird is another established actress who is famous for her roles in entertainers such as, ‘The Crowded Room’ and ‘Mayor of Kingstown’. You will most likely recognize Katherine Waterston from her roles in films such as the ‘Fantastic Beasts’ film series in which she played the role of Porpentina and ‘Alien Covenant’. Being an exceptionally talented actress, her other works include, ‘Babylon’, ‘The Babysitters’, ‘The World to Come’ and ‘Mid90s’.
‘Fackham Hall’ is set to be directed by Jim O’Hanlon, a well known director/ producer whose films include, ‘Trying’ and ‘A Hundred Streets’. Creators Kris Thykier, Danny Perkins, Andrew Karpen, Kent Sanderson, Nick Shumaker and David Levine will be backing the production team alongside Jimmy Carr and Patrick Carr, a comedic sibling duo who will be the writers for the upcoming feature film. The Dawson Bros, comprising of Steve Dawson, Andrew Dawson and Tim Inman will also be joining the crew as the writers for ‘Fackham Hall’. The entirety of the writers group for the film comprises of recognized comedians who are sure to amuse you with their steadfast banters that can be expected in the upcoming movie and as for the location, ‘Fackham Hall’ will most likely commence its production next year in the United Kingdom.