The Gray Man trailer: Dhanush lands the perfect punch in Russo Brothers’ latest

Trailer for the next Russo Brothers project gray man On the outside, it looks like a thrilling action movie with Chris Evans and Ryan Gosling at odds. The trailer shows some great action sequences that are sure to make this movie an experience, like the past few Marvel movies the directors have made – Avengers: Endgame, Avengers: Infinity War, and Captain America: Civil War among others.

In the trailer, we learn that Gosling has a valuable asset, and that Evans and his men are on his trail. The film also stars Dhanush, Ana de Armas and Regé-Jean Page in significant roles. Dhanush’s appearance in the trailer is sure to leave fans impressed as he can be seen in his best selfie yet.

Based on the novel of the same name by Mark Greene, The Gray Man’s official synopsis reads, “The Gray Man is a CIA operative in the Gents Court (Ryan Gosling), aka Sierra Six. Snatched from a federal prison and recruited by his handler Donald Fitzroy ( Billy Bob Thornton), Gentry was once a highly skilled, agency-certified death dealer.But now things have turned and Six is ​​the target, who has been hunted around the world by Lloyd Hansen (Chris Evans), a former group at the agency The CIA, who will stop at nothing to get him out. Agent Danny Miranda (Ana de Armas) has his back. He’ll need it.”

Dhanush previously shared his first look from the movie on social media and wrote, “I am pleased to announce that I will be joining the cast of Netflix’s The Gray Man starring Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans, and directed by the Russo brothers (The Avengers), “Captain America: The Winter Soldier.” Until we are a part of this amazing experience full of excitement. My sincere thanks to my dearest fans from all over the world for all the love and support you have shown me all these years. I love you all. Spread the love…!”

Speaking of The Gray Man, Anthony Russo previously told EW, “We are fans of this type of spying, and are always looking for ways of how to twist it, charge it up, or push it into areas that feel groovy. There was a great idea in the middle of this book, Where it’s not just about being a spy, but being the more extreme version where you have to hide who you are – and yourself.”

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