Australian director Justin Kurzel (Assassin’s Creed) is adapting Kevin Flynn and Gary Gerhardt’s book The Silent Brotherhood. It tells the story of a real-life U.S. white supremacist militia group that became a domestic terrorist organisation with a string of acts they committed in the 1980s Pacific Northwest. Jude Law and Nicholas Hoult have been attached to star.


The Order, also known as the Brüder Schweigen (German for Brothers Keep Silent or Brothers’ Silence), the Silent Brotherhood or less commonly known as the Aryan Resistance Movement, was founded by Robert Jay Mathews in late September 1983 at his farm near Metaline, Washington.

Mathews had previously formed the Sons of Liberty, an anti-communist militia mostly made up of Mormon survivalists and fundamentalists.

The Order was named after, and partially modelled on, the fictional terrorist group in The Turner Diaries. The goal was to bring about revolution against the American government, which its members believed to be controlled by a cabal of Jews with internationalist and Jewish-racial loyalties, rather than loyalty to the American nation.

The Order’s goals also included the establishment of a homeland from which Jews and non-whites would be barred.


Law will play the Idaho FBI agent who eventually cracked the case with painstaking investgation. Hoult will play the charismatic leader of the group. Filming will take place in Alberta, Canada. Zach Baylin wrote the script.

Law will shoot The Order once he wraps Peter Pan and Wendy for Disney+. Hoult is something of an up and coming talent, getting plaudits for his role in The Menu with Renfield coming out and a sought after role in Robert Eggers’ Nosferatu remake. After narrowly missing out on the part of Batman / Bruce Wayne to Robert Pattinson, he is also talked about as a potential outside bet for the role of James Bond.

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