According to Deadline Pedro Pascal has been casted in the upcoming comedy film The Uninvited, which entered into production recently.
The Chilean actor will co-star with Walton Goggins, Elizabeth Reaser, and Lois Smith. The Uninvited film will be the first narrative project from acclaimed documentary filmmaker Nadia Conners.
At the moment, there is no information on the plot of the movie or the nature of the roles the actors will play.
However, it is said the film will center on a party that gets interrupted by an uninvited guest. What follows is “a comedy of errors, deep reckonings and a reordering of life.
The Uninvited is both directed and written by Conners. The director is best known for her documentary work, which includes the environmental documentary The 11th Hour and the documentary short, This Is All Of Us. The Uninvited will be Conners’ first time making a narrative feature.
Pascal has been on quite a roll, having played the title character in the Star Wars series from Jon Favreau.
He is best known for his roles in series like Game of Thrones and The Mandalorian, and as Javier Peña in Netflix’s Narcos.
As well as films like Wonder Woman 1984 and The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent, He can next be seen in the upcoming highly anticipated HBO series The Last of Us.
Pascal moved to New York City in 1993 and has lived there since. In 1995, while Pascal was at NYU, his father was indicted by a federal grand jury relating to events at a fertility clinic he ran with other people. Following this, his father along with his mother and two younger siblings returned to Chile; Pascal contends that his father did nothing wrong.
Pascal’s mother committed suicide in 1999. Following her death, Pascal began using his mother’s surname professionally both in honor of her and because Americans had difficulty pronouncing his first surname, Balmaceda.
Pascal is an outspoken advocate of LGBTQ rights. He has been supportive of his sister Lux ever since she came out as transgender.