Gary Oldman and Dominic Monaghan to Join Cast of Indie Film ‘Monster Butler’

From thief to serial killer, Archibald Hall’s story will be on screen with “Monster Butler.”

According to The Hollywood Reporter, actors Gary Oldman and Dominic Monaghan will join the cast about the famous British murdering butler. They will join Malcolm McDowell who was cast as Roy Fontaine (Archibald Hall) as the thief and serial killer.

The film is Archibald’s life as he goes into his personal life as a burglar and infiltrated the London’s gay scene as a bisexual. He eventually worked himself as a butler to the aristocracy and then into a series of murders.

Oldman will play Wiggy, a taxidermist who partnered with Hall on a few crimes. Monaghan will play David Wright, another criminal with Hall who tried to blackmail him about his past.

Oldman recently signed on to star in the “Robocop” remake. He will reprise his role as Commissioner Gordon in “The Dark Knight Rises,” and will appear in the upcoming crime drama “Lawless.”

Monaghan was best known for his role as Merry in the “Lord of the Rings” films. He was recently seen on television shows such as “The Unknown,” “Goodnight Burbank,” “Flash Forward” and “Lost.”

Production will begin in Scotland on June 6.

Source: The Hollywood Reporter

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