The Angels: Joe Russo says he and his co-director and brother Anthony Russo are big fans of Dhanush, who plays “one of the world’s greatest assassins” in his upcoming Netflix movie “The Gray Man,” a role they wrote specifically for the indian actor .
One half of the directorial duo, best known for Marvel Studios’ “Avengers: Infinity War” and “Avengers: Endgame,” said that if “The Gray Man” receives love from the audience, there is a chance the actor will appear in the movies. of the potential franchise.
“Anthony and I are huge fans of Dhanush. We wrote this paper specifically for him. He’s kind of a classic bada** character, who shows up to fight the hero and complicate the movie. He is a fun character. He is unique.
“Dhanush has a great presence on camera and the character is almost mystical in a way. The intention is that if the public likes this film, we expand the narrative from here, and this is a fascinating character to move forward in that world, “Joe Russo said Tuesday night in a space session of Twitter hours after the transmitter will release the trailer for “The Gray Man”.
While details of the role played by Dhanush have yet to be revealed by the creators, according to the new poster shared by Netflix on Monday, the National Award winner’s character is described as a “deadly force.”
Joe Russo said Dhanush plays “one of the world’s greatest assassins” who is sent after the titular ‘Grey Man’, played by Ryan Gosling in the film.
“He has two amazing fights in the movie,” he added.
According to the broadcaster, The Gray Man is CIA agent Court Gentry (Gosling), also known as the Sierra Six, who is broken out of a federal penitentiary and recruited by his handler, Donald Fitzroy, played by Billy Bob Thornton.
“…Gentry was once a highly skilled and Agency-sanctioned death merchant. But now the tables have turned and Six is the target, pursued around the world by Lloyd Hansen (Chris Evans), a former CIA partner, who will stop at nothing to take him down. Agent Dani Miranda (Ana de Armas) backs him up. She will need it,” reads the film’s official synopsis.
Based on the novel “The Gray Man” by Mark Greaney, the screenplay is by Joe Russo, Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely.
Joe Russo also said that while the film was a complete story on its own, there were a lot of elements that spoke to possibilities for where the characters can go further.
“With our partners, Chris Markus and Stephen Mcfeely, we’re starting to figure out a lot of what we do as universes, and ‘The Gray Man’ is definitely an example of that.”
The film also stars Regé-Jean Page, Jessica Henwick, Wagner Moura, Alfre Woodard, Julia Butters, Eme Ikwuakor, and Scott Haze. It will premiere on Netflix on July 22.