Cory Hardrict has joined the cast of the Sony Pictures crime drama “November Criminals,” which stars Chloe Moretz, Ansel Elgort and Catherine Keener.
To be directed by Sacha Gervasi, from a script penned by Steven Knight (adapted from Sam Munson’s 2011 novel of the same name), the film will follow 2 teenagers who venture into the underbelly of Washington, D.C., to investigate a friend’s murder while falling in love for the first time.
Production is under way in D.C., with Beth O’Neil producing alongside Erika Olde of Black Bicycle Entertainment and Lotus.
Hardrict has certainly been busy, with recent roles in last year’s highest grossing film, American Sniper, as well as "Transcendence," with Johnny Depp. Upcoming, catch the actor in the Legendary thriller “Spectral,” the indie drama “Brotherly Love,” starring Keke Palmer (exec produced by Queen Latifah), and Qasim Basir’s "Mooz-Lum" follow-up, "Destined," which he stars in.
The actor also recently spoke to The Hollywood Reporter via their "Off the Cuff" podcast, in which he talked the controversy around "American Sniper," as well as his overall career, from his early motivations, to how he selects the roles he takes, to working with Clint Eastwood (he’s done 2 movies with the filmmaker – "Gran Torino" being the other), and more. Listen below: