Actor Joe Alwyn Joins Cast of Period Piece Film 'The Brutalist'

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British actor Joe Alwyn has landed a new acting gig in the upcoming film "The Brutalist," alongside Adrien Brody, Felicity Jones, and Guy Pearce. Directed by Brady Corbet, the film is a period piece that tells the story of an artist's life and his enduring creative journey over thirty years, according to Billboard.

"The Brutalist" follows visionary architect László Toth (Brody) and his wife Erzsébet (Jones) as they flee post-war Europe to rebuild their legacy in America. Along the way, they encounter a mysterious and wealthy client (Pearce) who ends up changing their lives forever.

Although there's no word yet on the character Joe Alwyn will play, a press release promises that the film will deliver both monumental heights and devastating lows for audiences. "The Brutalist" marks Alwyn's first role since his appearance in Lena Dunham's "Catherine Called Birdy" on Amazon Prime Video and the Hulu adaptation of Sally Rooney's hit novel "Conversations With Friends."

Alwyn's new role comes after reports of his breakup with Taylor Swift, but the news of his upcoming project is sure to shift attention back to his career. With his talent and previous successful roles, Alwyn's addition to the cast of "The Brutalist" is sure to generate buzz among film enthusiasts.

"The Brutalist" is expected to hit theaters soon, and fans of Alwyn and the other talented actors involved in the project can look forward to seeing them on the big screen.

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