Award-winning star Peter Dinklage is naturally most widely known for being the funniest Lannister in all of Westeros throughout his near decade-long period on HBO’s Game of Thrones, however a number of his fans most likely didn’t anticipate him to next bring his inherent comical skills to an impressive brotherly group-up with none aside from Josh Brolin. In 2019 it was revealed that the 2 would be co-starring in a brand-new funny movie called Brothers, with the 2 of them playing brother or sisters. While there’s no trailer or release date for the movie right now, Dinklage participated in an exclusive interview with Collider to speak about the experience, in addition to precisely how he and Brolin came together for such a silly principle.

Brothers is set as an R-rated funny movie helmed by Max Barbakow, who formerly worked on the 2020 dream funny Palm Springs that starred SNL alum Andy Samberg, Cristin Milioti, and J.K. Simmons. The script was co-written by Macon Blair, who most just recently worked on Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer, and Etan Cohen who is best understood for his gut-busting work on funnies like Tropic Thunder (2008), Men in Black 3 (2012), and Get Hard (2013). Producers consist of both lead stars Peter Dinklage (Game of Thrones) and Josh Brolin (Dune: Part One), together with David Ginsberg and Andrew Lazar. Other A-list stars who signed up with the job consist of Glenn Close (Tehran), Brendan Fraser (The Whale), William Tokarsky (Jacob’s Ladder), and Taylour Paige (Hit the Floor).

Dinklage Jokes About How Brothers Came to Be

Peter Dinklage as Tyrion Lannister in Game of Thrones.

Despite remaining in post-production, the particular property of Brothers is still being kept under covers, right to the logline. Peter Dinklage broadened more on this in the interview, keeping in mind that many films nowadays are intentionally handed out prior to they even premiere in theaters, and that he’s grateful to keep up the secret for this brand-new job. He likewise exposed the amusing minute of Brolin calling him one day and pitching the concept to him.

“I like keeping everything under wraps because it’s just fun. Nobody knew what a C-3PO was when I was a kid until you saw him in the theaters, and it’s like, ‘Whoa!’ Now, you know, everybody knows so much about a movie before we see it – not that this movie is ‘Star Wars.’ Me and Josh Brolin play brothers, and the origin of this, of how we made this movie, is we pitched it to studios because a friend of his said, ‘You and Dinklage both have really big heads, you guys should play brothers.’ And he called me up, and he was like, ‘My friend said this, you wanna play?’ And I was like, ‘Yeah, movies have been made for less ideas than that, this is perfect,’ and I was a huge fan of Josh’s work.”

There is presently no release date set for Brothers yet, however with production unwinding more information must come quickly. Dinklage can quickly be viewed as primary bad guy Scourge in Transformers: Rise of the Beasts, as Casca Highbottom in The Hunger Games prequel movie Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, in addition to western drama function The Thicket together with Juliette Lewis (Yellowjackets). Meanwhile Josh Brolin will be returning as Gurney Halleck in Denis Villeneuve’s Dune: Part Two follow up.