Sam Riley Set for ‘A Dead Man in Deptford’

James Purefoy and Ray Winstone also join the film about British playwright Christopher Kit Marlowe.

Sam Riley set for A Dead Man in Deptford
Sam Riley set for A Dead Man in Deptford
Sam Riley has signed on to portray British playwright Christopher "Kit" Marlowe in A Dead Man in Deptford, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The cast also includes James Purefoy, Ray Winstone, Ed Speleers and Adam Sinclair.

Adapted by Michael Elias from Anthony Burgess' novel, A Dead Man in Deptford will be directed by Nick Copus for Ballpark Prods. and Neversink Prods.

The movie will play with the idea that Christopher "Kit" Marlowe, a notorious bar room brawler, was also a royal spy for Elizabeth I and that his death in Deptford at age 29 may have been an assassination ordered by the English Secret Service.

Production is scheduled to begin in the spring.

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  1. Cripple

    Good cast they got. Plot sounds intriguing too.

    5 years agoby @crippleFlag

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