news culture Netflix: The new blockbuster The Gray Man with Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans unveils its first trailer
Even though Netflix has planned a big event in its name around June 6 and 10, that doesn’t stop it from dropping bombs. After announcing the duration of the episodes of the next season of Stranger Things, the SVOD platform unveils the trailer for The Gray Man, the next blockbuster from the Russo brothers…
Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans oppose each other in an explosive trailer
Announced for a few months now, Netflix’s next promising project, namely The Gray Man, is finally showing off with an explosive first trailer. And what we can already say is that it throws some. This action film invites us to follow the adventures of the Gray Man, a CIA agent (here played by Ryan Gosling) who will have to face multiple attacks from Lloyd Hansen (played on screen by Chris Evans who wears a nice mustache), a famous contract killer. Fortunately, our hero can also count on the amazing abilities of Agent Dani Miranda (Ana de Armas) to cover his back.
An exit window for The Gray Man?
This brand new trailer for The Gray Man puts on a pretty sight by revealing many stunts that promise to be spectacular and explosive sequences that do not hesitate to turn the environment upside down and also take the opportunity to reveal the film’s release window. Indeed, the feature film is expected for this summer, either from next July 22, exclusively on Netflix. That’s not all, as you can see by looking at the image opposite, we also have the right to a first poster for the film. On the latter, we obviously find Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans that everything opposes.
In addition to bringing together Ryan Gosling (La La Land), Chris Evans (Captain America: Civil War, Avengers: Endgame) and Ana de Armas (007: No Time to Die) in the same film, The Gray Man can also count on the presence of a solid cast composed of Regé-Jean Page (La Chronique des Bridgerton), Billy Bob Thornton (Fargo), Jessica Henwick (Love and Monsters), Wagner Moura (Narco) and Alfre Woodard (Luke Cage).
But the most interesting thing about all this is that we find behind the camera the now unavoidable Russo brothers, the directors to whom we owe the saga of the huge Marvel successes, namely Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame. Suffice to say that it promises.