According to H Films, Jonathan has joined the cast of “The Damascus Cover” which is also starring Abigail Spencer (Oz The Great and Powerful, Suits) with the plot described as
“A spy navigates the precarious terrain of love and survival during an undercover mission in Syria”.
By the sounds of it it sounds as though from first impressions Jonathan has a main role within this project. No more information is yet available but I will post more when it does
Edited September 11th; Howard Kaplan (author of the book) has confirmed in this posts comments Jonny has the lead role in the film. Filming will begin October 13th in Morocco
Thanks to @AnotherMe_Movie we now have a video from behind the scenes from the making of the film. It includes a short interview with Jonathan and also includes some previously unseen footage along with some lovely words about Jonny from Sophie and Gregg about their time on set
According to MovieHole Jonathan has joined the cast of “Six” which is to be directed by Tony Krantz who was also a part of Dracula’s production team. Also joining the cast is Peter Sarsgaard and Vera Farmiga (Bates Motel)
Peter Sarsgaard, Vera Farmiga, and Jonathan Rhys-Meyers have boarded writer-director Tony Krantz’s (“24″) science-fiction thriller “Six”. Described to us as a “claustrophobic space thriller that melds Alien with Gravity”, “Six” pits six people against each other when caught in a chaotic catastrophe in deep space. Pic is set on a Jupiter Moon that experiences a deadly ice quake, leaving six survivors – all quickly running out of oxygen, and with only two space-suits to share amongst them – racing to a departing spaceship. The majority will do whatever it takes to get home
The trailer that was previously released for the Spanish promotion of Another Me last month has now been released
Thanks to my friend Renee for her help in getting this. I know a lot of you have had trouble watching it, myself included so I hope this all works for you. I’ve also added a few screen captures from it to the gallery. Enjoy!
Filmography > Another Me > Clip #001
Big thanks to Reiner for sending it to me! The full sized HQ version can be found in the gallery along with newly replaced versions of previous stills
Filmography > Another Me > Promotional Stills
According to The Wrap Jonathan has joined the cast of an indie movie called Byrd and the Bees which will be directed by Finola Hughes. No more details as to what role he will be playing but it sounds as though it will be male lead (as it should be *does little dance*). More information about the project below
Qoa Entertainment is producing the movie which Finola Hughes will directed from a script by Christine Fry. Tracy Spiridakos, who starred on NBC’s “Revolution,” is set to play the female lead opposite Jonathan Rhys Meyers in Qoa Entertainment’s romantic comedy “Byrd & the Bees,” The Wrap has learned. Finola Hughes will direct from a script by Christine Fry, who is also producing the indie movie. The duo previously collaborated on “The Bet.” Spiridakos will play Rebecca Byrd, a young woman who travels to Scotland to find and meet her biological father and winds up meeting her dream guy along the way. Production is scheduled to start in September in Scotland.
Roland Emmerich’s gay-rights film Stonewall has added Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Ron Perlman and Joey King to the cast ahead of the start of production. The film, which will star Jeremy Irvine, tells the story of the riots of June 1969 after police raided the Stonewall Inn in Greenwich Village. Irvine plays Danny Winters who flees to New York, leaving behind his beloved sister (King). Homeless and destitute, he befriends a group of street kids who soon introduce him to the watering hole of the local drag queens, gays, lesbians, and everything in between: the Stonewall Inn. At the bar, Danny meets the suave Trevor (Rhys Meyers) before catching the eye of Ed Murphy (Perlman), Stonewall’s repulsive manager who colludes with corrupt police, exploits homeless youth for financial gain, and is even suspected to have had a hand in some of their “disappearances.” It all spirals out of control when the police unexpectedly raid Stonewall. In a storm of anger and with the toss of a single brick, a riot ensues and a crusade for equality is born.