Audiences will get to see Daniel Radcliffe in a completely different way in his latest film Imperium, which also marks the feature debut for director Daniel Ragussius.
Based on true events and experiences ex-FBI agent Michael German, Imperium will see audiences taken on a journey through the dark side of America.
The audience follows Nate Foster (Daniel Radcliffe), a young FBI agent who is selected to go undercover among a group of white supremacists who are suspected of initiating a terrorist plot. Nate must fight to control his own beliefs while attempting to identify the threat.
As well as directing, Daniel Ragussius also wrote the screenplay along with Michael German, with German’s own experiences influencing the script, to create an intense and powerful thriller.
The cast is led by Daniel Radcliffe and also features: Toni Collette (Miss You Already, Krampus),Burn Gorman (TV’s Torchwood, The Dark Knight Rises), Tracy Letts (The Big Short, TV’s Homeland), Nestor Carbonell (The Dark Knight Rises, TV’s Bates Motel), and Sam Trammell (TV’s True Blood, The Fault In Our Stars).
Imperium will be released in cinemas on the 23rd September.