Casting: Rapace, Gleeson, Findlay, Hernandez

Noomi Rapace (“The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo”) is set to star in Mikael Hafstrom’s independently produced spy thriller “Unlocked”. Lorenzo di Bonaventura is attached as a producer.

Peter O’Brien Black List script has Rapace as a female CIA interrogator duped into getting a terrorist to provide key information to the wrong side. It puts her at the center of a plot to launch a biological attack in London. [Source: Deadline]

Trespass Against Us
Brendan Gleeson (“The Guard”) and Killian Scott (“’71”) will join Michael Fassbender in Adam Smith’s “Trespass Against Us”.

Fassbender plays an Irish outlaw looking to escape his life of crime. The other two play members of his family. The film also boasts an original score from The Chemical Brothers. [Source: The Film Stage]

The Dark Stranger
Katie Findlay (“The Carrie Diaries”) has scored the lead role in Chris Trebilcock’s Canadian indie psychological thriller “The Dark Stranger”. Enrico Colantoni, Stephen McHattie and Mark O’Brien also star.

The story follows a young artist who draws a dark graphic novel in which an ominous stranger pursues a lonely girl doll, only to see this stranger in real life. Filming is currently underway in Toronto. [Source: THR]

Hand of God
“Agents of SHIELD” and “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” actor Max Hernandez has scored a role in Amazon’s hour-long drama pilot “Hand of God”. Hernandez will recur as San Vicente’s chief of police who abuses his power.

Ron Perlman plays a law-bending judge with a call girl on the side, who has a religious awakening. He begins to have visions and hear voices through his ventilator-bound son. [Source: The Live Feed]