Jai Courtney’s latest flick Black Site begins filming in Queensland as it’s revealed fellow Aussie star Lincoln Lewis is joining the cast
Last month, Australian actor Jai Courtney touched down in Oz ahead of production for his latest movie, Black Site.
The publication further revealed that fellow Australian actor Lincoln Lewis will also be joining the cast.
Down Under: Last month, Australian actor Jai Courtney touched down in Oz ahead of production for his latest movie, Black Site
At this stage it is unknown what role the former Home And Away star will play in the film.
Also set to appear in the upcoming flick is Australian actor Jason Clarke (Zero Dark Thirty) and American actress Michelle Monaghan (Made of Honor).
Production is slated to continue on the Gold Coast until mid March and is expected to create around 200 jobs.
New addition: The action-thriller began filming this week as it was revealed fellow Aussie star Lincoln Lewis (pictured) is joining the cast
The film follows a group of officers at a top-secret CIA black site who come up against an infamous high-value detainee whose deadly agenda could have massive consequences.
Ahead of filming, Jai underwent the mandatory 14-day hotel quarantine after landing in Sydney.
The Aussie star relocated to Los Angeles in 2012, and has since shot to fame after starring in Suicide Squad alongside fellow Australian Margot Robbie.
Star-studded cast: Also set to appear in the upcoming film is Australian actor Jason Clarke and American actress Michelle Monaghan (pictured)
The hunky star is also gearing up to reprise his role as Captain Boomerang in the hotly-anticipated Suicide Squad sequel, which is scheduled to hit theaters in August.
Speaking with Collider in April last year, Jai drummed up excitement for the film, when he revealed: ‘I got sent the script, and it’s just a really great [script], I was surprised by everything [in it].’
Jai will be rejoined by Margot and English actor Idris Elba in the James Gunn-directed flick.
Watch this space! Meanwhile, Jai is gearing up to reprise his role as Captain Boomerang (pictured) in the hotly-anticipated Suicide Squad sequel, which is scheduled to hit theaters on August 6, 2021