EXCLUSIVE: He’s now repped by Lindy King. The Oscar nominee was with Independent in London. He’s still with CAA in the US. Hoskins next stars in comedy Made In Dagenham, which Sony Pictures Classics is due to release in the States on November 19, about the 1968 strike at a British car factory where female workers walked out in protest against sexual discrimination. Sally Hawkins also stars. The project was originally titled We Want Sex after a famous photo of the women strikers holding a banner reading “We Want Sex Equality.” Unfortunately, they hadn’t unfurled the banner properly.
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