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    Hugh Grant to Play a Villain in the Next Dungeons & Dragons Movie

    Hugh Grant was cast in the next Dungeons & Dragons movie, says the AV Club. According to their sources, they’re confident Grant will be playing the film’s antagonist. Which, of course. If you want to have a proper villain in a movie, it never hurts to give him a posh British accent.

    Grant made a name for himself by playing leads in romantic comedies like Four Weddings and a Funeral and Notting Hill in the 1990s. Over the last several decades, Grant began taking on increasingly more challenging dramatic roles, like in HBO’s recent psychological thriller miniseries The Undoing. He also played a villain in Paddington 2, so that also counts for something!

    Lately, there has been a steady stream of casting news for the next Dungeons & Dragons movie. Chris Pine was cast, along with Michelle Rodriguez and Justice Smith. Sophia Lillis (It) also joined the cast alongside Regé-Jean Page, one of the leads in Netflix’s latest hit series Bridgerton. As for the talent behind the camera, it is led by John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein, a screenwriting duo that collaborated mostly on movies like Horrible Bosses and Spider-Man: Homecoming, before co-directing an action-comedy Game Night in 2018.

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