Michael Shannon, Boyd Holbrook, and Damon Herriman Join 'The Bikeriders'

Michael Shannon, Boyd Holbrook, and Damon Herriman Join 'The Bikeriders' ...

According to an exclusive report from Deadline, several prominent actors have joined Jeff Nichols' next feature film The Bikeriders. Michael Shannon (Man of Steel) has previously played Boyd Holbrook, who played the actor in the recently released film The Sandman, and Damon Herriman (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood).

The trio of actors join the previously announced cast that included Austin Butler, who recently starred in the films Free Guy and The Last Duel last year, and Academy Award-winning actor Tom Hardy, who most recently can be seen in Sony's Venom films as the lead character.

The upcoming feature film will be inspired by photographer Danny Lyon's 1968 book of the same name, which chronicles a Chicago Outlaws Motorcycle Club's decade-long journey as a small group of friends transforms into a more dangerous biker group. Fred Berger will direct the feature film.

Shannon previously worked with Nichols on the psychological thriller Take Shelter, which received critical acclaim for its performances, themes, and engaging narrative. Other projects that he is attached to include Amsterdam, which will be released later this year, and The Flash, where he will reprise his role as General Zod previously played in the 2013 film Man of Steel.

Holbrook is expected to play Charles Manson in the untitled fifth installment of the Indiana Jones franchise in an undisclosed role after recently appearing in Netflix's The Sandman. Other projects that Herriman is expected to play include The Portable Door, directed by Daina Reid.

The Bikeriders hasn't been released due to the film's pre-production status. Check out our interview with Shannon about Nine Perfect Strangers and Bullet Train here: