Crowe co-stars in the World War I epic, that follows an Australian father who travels to Turkey to find his three sons who went missing in action during the battle of Gallipoli. Kurylenko plays the owner of the hotel where Crowe’s character stays.
Principal photography begins this December in Australia.
The “Saving Mr Banks” team of Andrew Mason and Troy Lum will produce the film for Hopscotch Features, and Keith Rodger (“Robin Hood”) will produce on behalf of Crowe’s own shingle Fear of God Films. Andrew Knight and Andrew Anastassios wrote the screenplay.
Crowe, who recently appeared in “Man of Steel,” will next be featured in Darren Aronofsky’s “Noah” and Akiva Goldsman’s “Winter’s Tale.”
Crowe is represented by WME and Kurylenko is represented by Tavistock Wood and CAA.