Andrea Riseborough and Olga Kurylenko have joined the cast of Universal's sci-fi film starring Tom Cruise, TheWrap has confirmed. The movie will be directed by Joseph Kosinski ("Tron: Legacy").
Previously titled "Oblivion" -- the illustrated novel upon which the movie is based -- the fantasy-adventure stars Cruise as a former solider who is the last person on an Earth devastated by a war with an alien race.
When he encounters a crashed spacecraft with a lone survivor, her story propels them on an epic adventure that will alter both their destinies.
Previously scheduled for release on July 3, 2013, the movie is now due in theaters July 19 of that year.
Michael Arndt ("Toy Story 3," "Little Miss Sunshine") is rewriting the script. Earlier drafts were written by William Monahan ("The Departed," "Body of Lies") and Karl Gajdusek ("Trespass," TV's "Dead Like Me").
Peter Chernin and Dylan Clark are producing the film through Chernin Entertainment alongside Barry Levine and Kosinski. Jesse Berger and Dave Morrison will executive produce.
The resume for 30-year-old British actress Riseborough includes "W.E." and "Never Let Me Go." She will next appear opposite Clive Owen in "Shadow Dancer," which will premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, followed by "Disconnect" (starring Jason Bateman) and "Welcome to the Punch" (James McAvoy).
Riseborough is represented by CAA and Independent Talent Group in the U.K. and manager Jason Weinberg of Untitled Entertainment.
Kryulenko, 32, is a Ukranian-born actress who starred in the last James Bond film, "Quantum of Solace." She will star in Starz’s upcoming series, "Magic City"; and also appear in a yet-untitled Terrence Malick project, opposite Javier Bardem and Rachel McAdams.
Kurlyenko is represented by CAA in the U.S. and Charles Collier of Tavistock Wood in the U.K.