In genuine Lannister mold, Peter Dinklage is keeping it in the HBO family with his most recent venture.
The Game of Thrones star will show up close by 50 Shades of Gray’s Jamie Dornan in My Dinner with Hervé, and keeping in mind that we have probably Tyrion would have the swagger to pull off a Hawaiian shirt in the event that he was so disposed, his part appears to be truly far expelled from Dinklage’s scene-taking turn as the Imp.
The film bases on an impossible kinship that advances more than one wild night in LA between battling columnist Danny Tate (Dornan) and performing artist Hervé Villechaize (Dinklage), which brings about groundbreaking results for both.
Villechaize was a French performing artist of British and Filipino plummet (well), best referred to for his part as Nick Nack in The Man with the Golden Gun and Tattoo on Fantasy Island.
The HBO Films extend hails from The Terminal’s Sacha Gervasi, who composes, coordinates and official produces. Dinklage is likewise an executive maker on the venture, alongside Steven Zaillian, Richard Middleton, Ross Katz and Jessica de Rothschild.
The film has been in progress for quite a while — Dinklage first said it in a New York Times meet in 2012 — and is an individual one for Gervasi, who talked with Villechaize quickly before the on-screen character conferred suicide.
The film is as of now underway, with a discharge date yet to be declared.