Dominic Sessa, who grew up in Egg Harbor Township and now lives in Ocean City, plans to follow up his breakout role in the Oscar-nominated movie The Holdovers by joining the all-star cast of a major Hollywood movie franchise.

Ocean City's Dominic Sessa Joins  Cast of Now You See Me 3

Sessa will take on a starring role in Now You See Me 3, the third installment in Lionsgate's magician-heist saga, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Isla Fisher, Dave Franco and Morgan Freeman are reportedly reprising their roles in the franchise.

Sessa will be introduced as one of a new generation of magicians in the third film, along with Justice Smith ("Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves") and Ariana Greenblatt ("Barbie").

The Hollywood Reporter says plot details are "being kept up a sleeve", but the new feature will once again delve into the world of the illusionists known as the Four Horsemen.

As we told you previously, Sessa is also scheduled to star alongside Rose Byrne and Demi Lovato in the drama, Tow, according to Deadline.

EHT/Ocean City Resident Dominic Sessa is a Rising Hollywood Star

Dominic Sessa, 21, has gone from growing up in the Ballenger Woods neighborhood of Egg Harbor Township to being one of Variety's "10 Actors to Watch for 2023" in almost no time.

He made his film debut in the Oscar-nominated coming-of-age film The Holdovers portraying troubled teenager Angus Tully.

The film starred Paul Giamatti and Da'Vine Joy Randolph. The film was nominated for five Oscars, including best picture. Giamatti and Randolph won Golden Globes for their roles.

Sessa Started as an Egg Harbor Township Middle Schooler

Dominic Sessa moved from Cherry Hill to Egg Harbor Township and was a student at EHT's Alder Ave. Middle School.

He attended Deerfield Academy in Massachusetts beginning in tenth grade, according to his Wikipedia page, and was given a chance to audition for The Holdovers since the film was using the academy as a shooting location.

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