Iceland native Jóhannes Haukur Jóhannesson has joined the cast of Paramounts Antoine Fuqua-directed sci-fi Infinite, which has Mark Wahlberg attached to star. It follows Evan Michaels, a man haunted by memories of two past lives. He stumbles upon a centuries-old secret society of similar individuals who make up the Cognomina, possessing total recall of their past lives and whose members have been agents of change throughout history. He seeks to join their ranks. The pic is based on D. Eric Maikranzs novel The Reincarnationist Papers and is being produced by Lorenzo di Bonaventura and Mark Vahradian of Di Bonaventura Pictures and John Zaozirny with Rafi Crohn serving as executive producer. Infinite hits theaters August 7. Jóhannesson can currently be seen in Richard Linklaters Whered You Go, Bernadette with Cate Blanchett and up next appears in Bill Condons The Good Liar, opposite Helen Mirren and Ian McKellen, and David Dobkins Netflix film, Eurovision. Hes also set as the villain in Sonys upcoming Bloodshot film with Vin Diesel. Jóhannesson is repped by Crimson Media, Independent and Lev Ginsburg.
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