Dominic West joins Elisabeth Moss in The Square
Dominic West is to join Elisabeth Moss in Ruben Ostlund's 'The Square'.
The 46-year-old actor will star alongside the 'Mad Men' star in Swedish director Ostlund's first English-speaking movie with a part that is yet to be disclosed.
According to Deadline, the drama follows an artist who is installing an exhibition in a public space, however, all hell breaks loose when a PR firm tries to promote the exhibit in an extreme way.
The film is being produced by Plattform Produktion along with Philippe Bober's Société Parisienne de Production and the Coproduction Office, Essential Filmproduktion in Germany.
The British star's busy schedule never seems to end what with him currently filming season three of his critically-acclaimed show 'The Affair', whilst this summer saw him voice Rudder in Pixar's 'Finding Dory'.
Other credits for West include starring alongside Julia Roberts and George Clooney in 'Money Monster' and he's best-known for his role alongside Idris Elba in HBO's 'The Wire'.
'Finding Dory' filmmaker Andrew Stanton recently admitted he thought it would be funny for the actor and his former 'The Wire' co-star Idris Elba - who voices Rudder's sea lion pal Fluke - to portray the characters as "thuggish Londoners".
At the time, he said: "I couldn't get it out of my head, these sea lions being sort of street, kind of thuggish Londoners. It just seemed funny to me."