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'Secret Invasion': Thomas Bezucha & Ali Selim to direct upcoming series

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‘Secret Invasion’: Thomas Bezucha & Ali Selim to direct upcoming series

Disney+’s upcoming ‘Secret Invasion’ series will be helmed by two directors.

On Saturday, Borys Kit of the Hollywood Reporter exclusively revealed that Thomas Bezucha and Ali Selim have been tapped to direct Disney+’s upcoming Secret Invasion series.

Bezucha was the director behind last year’s well received adaptation of the western/thriller novel Let Him Go. Selim is best known for directing 2018’s The Looming Tower, an award winning miniseries about the events leading up to 9/11.

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Secret Invasion (Disney+)

As far the series itself is concerned, you likely already know what it’s about if you’re reading articles on AIPT. But just in case:

In the comics, Secret Invasion revolves around a plot by an alien race known as the Skrulls, who use their shapeshifting abilities to infiltrate earth — including some of Earth’s heroes.

The Disney+ series is currently assembling a star studded cast that includes Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury and Ben Mendelsohn, who reprises his role as Talos from Captain Marvel. Emilia Clarke and Olivia Colman have also been confirmed as part of the cast, although their roles have yet to be revealed.

No release date for the series has been set, although that will likely be revealed this summer.

 

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