Argylle, the film with a luxury cast that “will reinvent the spy genre”

Argylle, the film with a luxury cast that “will reinvent the spy genre”

One of the most popular premieres for the coming months, Argylle, is approaching. The spy movie is preparing to reunite a luxurious cast.

Having a top-notch star in a movie is not an easy task these days, much less when it comes to bringing together several of them. Salaries, dealing with such strong personalities and finding a space on the agendas can be a headache for producers. However, when achieved, this could be a great guarantee of a smash box office success. This plans to be the case for Argylle, the new great bet of the world of the seventh art.

The film has assembled an unimaginable group of stars for its cast. It will be headed by the popular Henry cavill, who had not confirmed many other productions after his participation in The witcher. Many studies, among those Marvel, seek to have the services of English.

Another of the sounded signings of the project is the singer Dua Lipa, which will make her acting debut. At 25 years old, with three Grammy and more than 40 other awards, the vocalist will venture into the cinema. To do this, it will be accompanied by a first-rate team. For her part, the interpreter will also provide the soundtrack and the main theme of the production.

In addition to the previous two, the casting is joined by figures such as Samuel L. Jackson (Avengers), Sam rockwell (Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri), Bryce dallas howard (Jurassic world), Bryan cranston (Breaking bad), Catherine O’Hara (Schitt’s Creek) Y John Cena (Fast and furious 9). The information was published by Deadline in the last hours.

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Very little is known about the plot. In fact, it has only been said that it will be a spy feature film, based on a novel by Ellie conway. The book follows the adventures of the man who claims to be the best agent in the world. The story will tell events both in the United States and in England. The production company intends to turn the title into a trilogy.

Matthew Vaughn, who was the director of X Men First generation Y Kingsman: Secret Service, will be in charge of the project. The filmmaker commented that “When I read this first draft of the manuscript, I felt that it was the most incredible and original spy franchise since Ian Fleming’s books of the 1950s. This is going to reinvent the spy genre.”

Fountain: Deadline