Henry Golding Signs For Two New Features

Henry Golding Signs For Two New Features

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”.

Source: THR