Netflix announced today that three-time Oscar nominee Woody Harrelson joined Mary Elizabeth Winstead for the upcoming killer thriller Kate
Directed by Cedric Nicolas-Troyan (The hunter: the winter war) and written by Umair Aleem, Kate follows a ruthless criminal agent, who has been irreversibly poisoned, who has less than 24 hours to avenge his enemies and in the process forms an unexpected bond with the daughter of one of his past victims.
Bryan Unkeless (Me, Tonya, Bright, Birds of Prey), Kelly McCormick (Deadpool 2, Hobbs and Shaw), Patrick Newall (Dhaka, the old man and the weapon) will serve as producers. The executive producers are David Leitch and Scott Morgan.
Harrelson recently starred in the Netflix feature The men on the road in front of Kevin Costner. He also appeared as Archie Bunker on ABC Live in front of a study audience: Everyone in the family of Norman Lear and The Jeffersons. The recently wrapped Zombieland: Double Tap. Also in the list of films of Harrelson is the movie of the Second World War of Roland Emmerich Halfway where Admiral Chester Nimitz will star. The deadline recently broke the news that Harrelson will join Luke Davies for The most dangerous man. He is ready to be executive producer and star in the limited series based on the critically acclaimed book of the same title by Bill Minutaglio and Steven L. Davis, which follows the daring escape from Timothy Leary's prison and left the law in 1970
Harrelson is restated by CAA.