The Laureate

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The Laureate
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Film poster
Directed byWilliam Nunez
Produced by
  • William Nunez
  • Christian Parton
Written byWilliam Nunez
Starring
Music by Brian Byrne
CinematographyAdam Barnett
Production
companies
Northend Pictures
Subotica Entertainment
Distributed byMetro International [1]
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish

The Laureate is an upcoming biographical romantic drama film written and directed by William Nunez. It stars Tom Hughes, Laura Haddock, and Dianna Agron. The film depicts the life of British poet and writer Robert Graves.

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Cast

Production

In February 2018, Kathy Bates was attached to the production with Tom Hughes, Dianna Agron and Laura Haddock already cast. [4] Hayley Atwell and Dominic Cooper were also attached the production, but dropped out due to scheduling conflicts. [5]

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References

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