Peter Dinklage in talks to join 'I Care a Lot' cast | Inquirer Entertainment

Peter Dinklage in talks to join Rosamund Pike in ‘I Care a Lot’

/ 10:38 PM June 09, 2019

Peter Dinklage

US actor Peter Dinklage arrives for the HBO premiere of “My Dinner With Herve” on Oct. 4, 2018 at the Paramount Studios in Los Angeles. Image: AFP/Chris Delmas via AFP Relaxnews

With HBO’s hit show “Game of Thrones” now all wrapped up, Peter Dinklage is continuing his acting career. The American star is reportedly in talks to join Rosamund Pike in the thriller, “I Care a Lot”.

The movie follows Marla Grayson, played by Pike, a successful legal guardian who knows how to use the law to her advantage and to her clients’ detriment. However, while her next client may seem like the perfect choice, it soon transpires that looks can be deceiving.


As yet, there is no word on what role Peter Dinklage could play in the film. If the negotiations prove successful, it would be Peter Dinklage’s first major movie role since “Game of Thrones” ended after eight seasons in May 2019.


The actor won three Emmy Awards for his role as Tyrion Lannister in the HBO hit series. And although the final season took over a year to film, the award-winning actor still found time to star in the 2018 blockbuster, “Avengers: Infinity War”, and to voice a character in “The Angry Birds Movie 2”.

“I Care a Lot” is scheduled to start filming in June 2019. HM/JB


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