The Crown star Emma Corrin has joined Harry Designs in My Policeman, a intimate drama for Amazon Studios.
Michael Grandage will direct the adaptation of the Bethan Robert novel of the same name and will use an tailored screenplay by Ron Nyswaner. My Policeman will be produced by Greg Berlanti, Robbie Rogers and Sarah Schechter of Berlanti-Schechter Films, in affiliation with Cora Palfrey and Phillip Herd at Impartial Movie Enterprise and MGC.
The story will take location in the late 1990s when the arrival of aged Patrick into Marion and Tom’s property triggers the exploration of seismic situations from 40 a long time prior, particularly a passionate relationship amongst Tom and Patrick at a time when homosexuality was illegal.
Styles and Corrin are set to star as Tom and Marion, respectively.
Corrin is best identified for her job as Girl Diana Spencer in the fourth time of Netflix’s The Crown, which acquired her Golden World, SAG and Critics Preference nominations. Past 12 months, Corrin created her debut movie look in Misbehaviour, a historic drama film in which she starred alongside Keira Knightley, Keeley Hawes and Gugu Mbatha-Raw.
Corrin’s earlier Television set roles contain a recurring purpose in the 10-portion Warner Brothers/EPIX sequence Pennyworth.
She is repped by Insight Management, Circle of Confusion and General public Eye.