The U.K.'s Daily Mail has just posted this picture from the upcoming film Valkyrie. It reveals Tom Cruise's character Count Claus Schenk Graf von Stauffenberg and his team of co-conspirators as they look over plans to kill Hitler and end World War II.
Daily Mail gives this cast breakdown:
KEVIN McNally, 51, plays Carl Goerdeler, the former mayor of Leipzig. He was the son of a Prussian district judge, and after studying law became a local civil servant.
He also became price commissioner in the government of Heinrich Bruning and remained in office when Adolf Hitler came to power in 1933.
Goerdeler resigned in 1934 after disagreement with Hitler over his policies and was a central figure in the civilian resistance to Hitler.
But when the July 20 bomb attempt backfiredhe was betrayed and arrested. He was beheaded in Ploetzensee jail in Berlin in 1945.
CHRISTIAN Berkel, 49, plays von Quirnheim, once a committed Nazi officer who became disillusioned with Hitler's conduct of the war in 1943.
Drawn into the conspiracy, he was shot in July 1944, when Hitler survived the bomb, which went off in his headquarters in East Prussia.
BILL Nighy, 57, plays the general who was one of the main architects of the operation.
He mistrusted Hitler from the earliest days but served with distinction in the campaign against Poland in 1939 and against France the following year.
The general was shot in the Bendlerblock in Berlin, the headquarters of the army high command, where the conspirators had hoped to stage a coup.
TOM Cruise, 45, plays the leading role of the nobleman who planted a briefcase containing two pounds of explosives in Hitler's conference room at his headquarters.
But the briefcase was moved behind a table leg before it exploded, protecting Hitler from the brunt of the blast which killed four others in the room.
The American's character turned against the war after learning about the Nazi's extermination of so many Jews.
Stauffenberg was a driving force in the conspiracy. He too met his end in the Bendlerblock before a firing squad, shouting, "Long live Germany!"
TERENCE Stamp, 68, plays the General, one of the only officers to stand up to Hitler in the early days of his regime.
As head of the general staff, the British actor's character-knew a war against the West was unwinnable and quit in August 1938.
The General joined the resistance later in the war and was arrested after Valkyrie failed.
He was allowed to commit suicide with his own pistol but managed to blind himself instead. He was killed by a Nazi stormtrooper.
DAVID Schofield, 56, who featured in the Pirates of the Caribbean films, plays the Field Marshal, who was one of the conquerors of France in the Blitzkrieg of 1940.
Like Stauffenberg, the British actor's character came to realize Hitler was leading Germany to disaster and joined the conspiracy against him in 1942.
Arrested on August 8, 1944, he was strangled in the Ploetzensee prison in Berlin. Thousands of co-conspirators met the same fate, their deaths filmed for Hitler to watch in the cinema at his Berchtesgaden mountain retreat.
KENNETH Branagh, 46, plays Stauffenberg's closest accomplice in the plot.
Although he was initially a Nazi sympathizer, the Shakespearean-actor's character became disenchanted with Hitler's war plans.
He planned several assassination plots, but all failed. When he heard that the Valkyrie plot had failed, he killed himself with a hand grenade on the eastern front.
He left behind several papers, one of which said: "Hitler is a dancing dervish. One must shoot him."
Valkyrie opens June 27th, 2008.