The actor also serves as co-writer on the modern-day Shakespearean adaptation with director David Michod.

Joel Edgerton is set to star opposite Call Me by Your Name star Timothee Chalamet in The King for Netflix, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.

Edgerton, known for his roles in Loving, Black Mass and The Gift, was already a co-writer on The King with director David Michod and joins Chalamet, who was earlier announced to star as a young Henry V in the project.

The modern-day Shakespearean adaptation from producer Plan B Entertainment and Edgerton and Michod comes after the duo worked together on Animal Kingdom, which Michod wrote and directed. Brad Pitt, Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner, Liz Watts, Edgerton and Michod share producer credits on The King.

Edgerton also co-starred with Will Smith in Bright, another movie for Netflix directed by Suicide Squad’s David Ayer and set around the Los Angeles police department. A sequel to Bright is already in the works, with Smith, Edgerton and Ayer all expected to return.

Edgerton also starred opposite Charlize Theron in Gringo, Nash Edgerton’s biz-crime comedy. He is repped by CAA and Anonymous Content.