Following his “Crazy Rich Asians” and “A Simple Favor” breakout turns, Henry Golding has launched his own production company with Long House Productions and has signed a deal with Starlight Cultural Entertainment Group.
He’s now also set his next two projects. One is the action-adventure film “The Inheritance” from writer Alistair Hudson which he co-wrote and stars in. This falls under the Starlight deal and Golding is the first actor signed to their $100 million development and production fund.
The other is action-thriller “Harrington’s Greatest Hits” which he’ll star in and produce from a reimagined Black List script by Dutch Southern. James Strong (“Broadchurch”) helms this film about an elite but ageing assassin that gets a contract put out on him by the arms-dealing father of an ex-target.
Damian Jones, Kelly McCormick and David Leitch will produce the latter. Golding will next be seen in Paul Feig’s “Last Christmas” in November and Guy Ritchie’s “The Gentlemen”.