PRODUCER: "WE ARE BACK TO CLASSIC DE PALMA, BEAUTIFULLY LIT & COMPLICATED CAMERA MOVES"
The picture above from the Copenhagen set of Brian De Palma's Domino was posted on Instagram this morning by Micki Mathiesen, a crew member on the film ("I'm only 32 people away from being the guy yelling action!" he muses in the post). Producer Michel Schønnemann tells SoundVenue's Jacob Ludvigsen that Domino will shoot in Denmark for a total of nine days, through August 9. They have already filmed in Hellerup, and will continue in various parts of inner Copenhagen.
Schønnemann tells Ludvigsen that De Palma had read the script and was so excited, he signed on to direct. "It's going smoothly," Schønnemann is quoted in the article. "De Palma is one of the big ones, and you notice it when you work. We are back to some classic De Palma, beautifully lit and with complicated camera movements." Regarding De Palma and cinematographer José Luis Alcaine, Schønnemann says, "They are both older men, but they work around the clock and have completely mastered it."
The SoundVenue article mentions that "Guy Pearce is also on the cast list," although it is hard to tell if that news is taken from IMDB, where Pearce has been listed as part of the cast for weeks, or from a more reliable source.
UPDATE: AUGUST 6, 2017 As of Sunday, August 6th, Pearce is no longer listed in IMDB's cast list for Domino.