Alison Sudol Joins Washington Drama “The Last Full Measure”

It’s hard to believe that her role as Queenie in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them was Alison Sudol’s first major film role – but it definitely won’t be her last! In addition to reprising her role as Queenie in upcoming Fantastic Beasts films, it has just been announced that Sudol will be starring in the film The Last Full Measure.

Here’s a synopsis of the film from the Hollywood Reporter:

Based on the true story of a present-day cover-up investigation, ‘The Last Full Measure’ follows young Pentagon investigator Scott Huffman as he battles the political machine in Washington. He reluctantly teams with veterans of Operation Abilene to convince Congress to award the Medal of Honor to a courageous Air Force medic, William Pitsenbarger, who is seen saving the lives of more than 60 Marines who were ambushed in one of the bloodiest battles of the Vietnam War. As the battle waged on, and after the last helicopter left, he continued to save lives until his own was sacrificed.

Huffman will be played by Sebastian Stan, best know for his role as Bucky Barnes in the Captain America films, and Sudol is set to play his wife, Tara Huffman – the female lead in the film. In addition to Alison Sudol and Sebastian Stan, the film will also star Samuel L. Jackson (Pulp Fiction, the Captain America series), Christopher Plummer (The Girl with the Dragon TattooThe Sound of Music), William Hurt (Into the WildThe Incredible Hulk), Bradley Whitford (The West WingThe Cabin in the Woods), Michael Imperioli (The SopranosGoodfellas), Linus Roache (Batman BeginsThe Chronicles of Riddick), John Savage (The Deerhunter, The Godfather: Part III), Grant Gustin (The FlashArrow), and Diane Ladd (ChinatownJoy).

The Last Full Measure is set to start filming in April in both Atlanta and Costa Rica, so it shouldn’t be too long before we have more information about the film!

Are you ready to see how Sudol tackles No-Maj roles?

Jessica J.

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