17 Mar – With his new movie, "Jurassic World: Dominion" wrapping up, director Colin Trevorrow is set to work with Benedict Cumberbatch in the new World War II drama, "War Magician".
The movie will revolve around the story of Jasper Meskelyne, a British illusionist who used magic to defeat Erwin Rommel in World War II - a role that will be played by the "Doctor Strange" star himself.
The movie is based on a book written by David Fisher's 1983 book with the same name.
On the other hand, it was reported that the production is currently in search of a variety of cast members, seeing that the film also features a "magic gang" hailing from Africa, Europe and the Middle East.
This will be an interesting choice for Cumberbatch, who not only has starred as the Master of the Mystic Arts Stephen Strange, but also worked in war-themed films such as "1917" and "The Imitation Game".
The actor's new movie, "The Courier" is also set to be released in theatres sometime this month.