The television series “Task,” which stars Mark Ruffalo, will start filming in September. The main setting for the HBO series, which centres on a specialised task force of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the criminals the same is attempting to apprehend, will be Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Although the identity of Ruffalo’s role is currently unknown, we may anticipate that he will portray an important member of the task force who works for the FBI. Despite the fact that the series’ production is set to begin in September, the present SAG-AFTRA strike may cause a delay.
Before the WGA strike, the series’ script was written, and Ruffalo joined the cast. ‘Task’ was written by Brad Ingelsby, who is best known for developing and penning the Emmy Award-winning HBO crime series ‘Mare of Easttown.’ The creation of the series is a component of Ingelsby’s overall contract with HBO. Other works by the screenwriter include “Out of the Furnace,” “Run All Night,” “American Woman,” “Our Friend,” and “The Way Back.” ‘Echo Valley,’ a forthcoming movie starring Julianne Moore, Sydney Sweeney, and Domhnall Gleeson, was also written by him.
After receiving the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie for his depiction of Dominick and Thomas Birdsey in the network’s drama series “I Know This Much Is True,” Ruffalo agreed to join the cast of the show. Bruce Banner/Hulk appeared in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, Louis Reed appeared in The Adam Project, Bruce Banner/Hulk appeared in What If…?, Rob Bilott appeared in Dark Waters, and so forth. He recently wrapped up production on the Netflix adaptation of Anthony Doerr’s acclaimed book “All the Light We Cannot See,” Yorgos Lanthimos’ “Poor Things,” which stars Emma Stone, and Bong Joon-ho’s “Mickey 17,” which stars Robert Pattinson.
“We are beyond excited to work with Brad Ingelsby, the wonderful author behind Mare of Easttown, once more. In a statement, Francesca Orsi, EVP Programming, Head of HBO Drama Series and Films, said, “Brad’s unlimited inventiveness and unmatched ability to capture audiences is nothing short of inspirational, and we cannot be more delighted to embark on another journey together. We all leaped at the chance to work with Mark on another series when the chance to see him infuse amazing humanity into a fresh role arrived, Orsi continued.
Jeremiah Zagar, known for helming Adam Sandler’s “Hustle” and the coming-of-age movie “We the Animals,” is the series’ director. ‘Annenberg Space for Photography,’ ‘The Fix,’ ‘7 Deadly Sins,’ etc. are only a few of his other accomplishments. Along with Paul Lee and Mark Roybal of wiip, the series is executive produced by Ruffalo, Ingelsby, and Zagar. Co-executive producers are Jeremy Yaches and Nicole Jordan-Webber.
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