Jeremie Laheurte Joins Rosamund Pike and Jamie Dornan in 'A Private War' (Exclusive)
The 'Blue Is the Warmest Color' star will play the role of famed French war photographer Remi Ochlik in the Marie Colvin biopic.
Blue Is the Warmest Color star Jeremie Laheurte will join Rosamund Pike and Jamie Dornan in A Private War, the war reporter drama from director Matthew Heineman (Cartel Land).
Laheurte will play the role of Remi Ochlik, the legendary French photographer killed in February 2012 alongside Sunday Times journalist Marie Colvin (played by Pike) in Syria. Ochlik covered major conflicts around the world, from Haiti and Egypt to Tunisia and Libya.
A Private War is being produced by Basil Iwanyk and Charlize Theron via their respective Thunder Road Pictures and Denver & Delilah banners. The script was adapted by Arash Amel and is based on a Vanity Fair article about Colvin’s dramatic life as a war correspondent. Colvin covered every major conflict of the last three decades, including the Sri Lankan civil war, where she was severely injured and lost an eye; the Arab Spring; and finally the war in Syria, where she died in a rocket attack while reporting from Homs.
CAA packaged A Private War and is repping the film's domestic rights. Laheurte is repped by Management Production Entertainment and Agence Adequat.