With "Game of Thrones" ending, Peter Dinklage is moving on from Westeros.
Sam Peckinpah's 1969 original told the story of an aging outlaw gang looking to pull off one final score. At the time, the film was controversial for its graphic depiction of violence, but was nominated for two Oscars, original screenplay and score.
Gibson co-wrote the screenplay with Bryan Bagby; it will be Gibson's first directorial gig since 2016's "Hacksaw Ridge," which won two Oscars and was nominated for Best Picture and Director.
Fassbender can next be seen reprising his role as Magneto in "Dark Phoenix" this summer. Foxx will play George Jefferson in ABC's live tribute to "All in the Family" and "The Jeffersons" next week. And Dinklage will play Tyrion Lannister once last time in the series finale of "Game of Thrones" on Sunday.