Irish actress Kerry Condon is joining Liam Neeson and Ciarán Hinds in the upcoming thriller "In the Land Of Saints And Sinners," directed by Robert Lorenz.
Condon, 39, hails from Co Tipperary and is known for her roles in "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri," "Better Call Saul," "Rome," and "Angela's Ashes."
She also lends her voice to the role of F.R.I.D.A.Y. in "Avengers: Endgame," "Infinity War" and "Age of Ultron" as well as in "Spider-Man: Homecoming" and "Captain American: Civil War."
"In the Land of Saints and Sinners" has begun filming in the Killybegs area of Co Donegal in northwest Ireland.
The synopsis for the film reads: "Set in a remote Irish village, Neeson will play a newly retired assassin who finds himself drawn into a lethal game of cat and mouse with a trio of vengeful terrorists."
Lifelong pals Neeson, 69, and Hinds, 69, will again share the big screen in the upcoming Irish flick after previously co-starring in Martin Scorsese's "Silence" (2016) and John Boorman's "Excalibur"(1981).
"In the Land of Saints and Sinners" will also see Neeson reunite with Robert Lorenz, director of "The Marksman," which topped last year's U.S. box office.
The screenplay is written by Mark Michael McNally and Terry Loane, with revisions by Matthew Feitshans.
According to Deadline, producers include Philip Lee, Markus Barmettler, and Bonnie Timmermann. Finance comes from Facing East and RagBag Pictures. Bleiberg/Dimbort is handling international sales while CAA Media Finance and UTA Independent Film Group are co-representing domestic.