‘Downton Abbey’ actor Dan Stevens joins Anne Hathaway on ‘Colossal’

Tuesday, October 27th, 2015. Filed under: Entertainment Film Hollywood Stars
British actor Dan Stevens ©AFP PHOTO / ANDREW COWIE

British actor Dan Stevens
©AFP PHOTO / ANDREW COWIE

(Relaxnews) – British actor Dan Stevens, best known for playing Matthew Crawley on “Downton Abbey,” has been cast as one of the male leads opposite Anne Hathaway in the sci-fi flick “Colossal.”

According to Variety, Stevens will play Hathaway’s ex-boyfriend, who later fights to win her back.

Jason Sudeikis also stars in the film.

The plot, meanwhile, has been described as “Godzilla,” meets “Lost in Translation” with Hathaway discovering that she’s strangely connected to a giant monster creature that is wreaking havoc over Seoul.

Production is currently underway in Vancouver. The film is set for a 2016 release.

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