Richard Eyre's adaptation film from a short story written by Bernard Schlink, 'The Other Man', will have Neeson, Banderas, Laura Linney and Romola Garai as its ensemble.
HBO's love triangle film "The Other Man" will be packed with Hollywood stars. According to Variety, the drama movie has reportedly put together a stunning cast, that is Academy Award-nominated actor Liam Neeson, Emmy Award-winning actress Laura Linney, Spanish actor Antonio Banderas and an award-winning English actress Romola Garai.
Based on a short story written by famed German author Bernard Schlink, "The Other Man" tells a story about a man who starts to suspect that he is not the only man in his wife's life. Following his intuition, he then sets out to track down his rival which reveals to him his own compromises and failings. The film which is directed and penned by Richard Eyre is scheduled to start shooting on February 14. The principal photography will take place in the U.K. and Italy.
Neeson's film credits include "Kingdom of Heaven", "Gangs of New York", "Batman Begins", "Schindler's List" and "Les Miserables". He also filled the voice of Aslan in the C.S. Lewis' film series "The Chronicles of Narnia", while Linney can be seen in "The Exorcism of Emily Rose", "Mystic River", "Kinsey" and recently "The Savages". Furthermore, Banderas has been known for his role in "Once Upon a Time in Mexico", "Assassins", "Evita", "The Mask of Zorro", and "Desperado". He was recently involved in DreamWorks' animation the "Shrek" sequels. The last is Garai which feature credits include "Nicholas Nickleby", "I Capture the Castle" and "Atonement".