Adrien Brody is set to join the cast HBO series Sucession for season 3, in one of the lead roles in the new season. With his two major roles in The Pianist and his Italian role for the hit series Peaky Blinders, he is ready for a new project and we are too.
For this new role, Adrien will be playing the billionaire activist Josh Aaronson. In the story, this billionaire activist investor will become pivotal in the battle for the ownership of Waystar. Adrien will not be the only new character of the season, as Stellan Skarsgård will also join the cast.
Sanaa Lathan, Linda Edmond and Jihae should be some of the guest stars of the season. And for the third season, the story follows the Roy family’s media conglomerate, which at the end of season two, was under siege from outsiders and insiders alike.
Season 3 will continue with the rebellious Kendall played by Jeremy Strong, and Logan Roy, played by Brian Cox, who is in a perilous position, trying their best to secure the family, while making political and financial alliances, but tensions rise as a bitter corporate battle threatens to turn into a family crisis.
The HBO show is currently in production for the new season and it is set to arrive before the end of the year. The release was delayed by the coronavirus pandemic. However, HBO, said, according to Deadline, that the show will return towards the end of 2021.
Adrien Brody is a more recent member of the HBO family, as he prepares to play the legendary basketball coach Pat Riley in the network’s untitled 1980s-set Los Angeles Lakers drama. So we will see what HBO has for our star but we can guess in each role, he is going to fit perfectly.