the gray man production

Now that they have the pretty terrible drama Cherry under their belt, the Russo Brothers are returning to blockbuster-style action with The Gray Man. The Netflix movie stars Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans, and the Russos have announced via social media that production on the pic has just begun. The cast also includes Ana de Armas, and the story comes from the first in a series of novels by Mark Greaney. In the end, the Russos and Netflix are hoping will launch an entire film franchise here.

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cherry review

Full of shifting aspect ratios, changing color palettes, abundant slow-motion, and all sorts of over-stylized hokum, Cherry is so showy that it borders on laughable. Scratch that – it goes beyond those laughable borders, into the land of the full-blown ridiculous. In their first post-Marvel Cinematic Universe effort, the Russo Brothers want us to know they’re very serious filmmakers. Otherwise, they wouldn’t have picked such a serious topic – a tale of disaffected youth, war, violence, bank robbery, drug addiction, and more. But nothing here feels as gritty as it should. There’s no stark realism, no raw honesty. Everything in Cherry is for show. Subtlety is for chumps. Instead, the Russos whip out a series of tricks that they seem to have picked up from music videos, Super Bowl commercials, and other, better movies. The end results are nothing short of disastrous.

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cherry clip new

Tom Holland has an uncomfortable phone call with Ciara Bravo in the latest clip from Cherry, the upcoming movie from the Russo Brothers. Holland plays a mixed-up guy who joins the army – a move that eventually leads to PTSD, which then leads to drug addiction, which in turn leads to bank robbery. In the new Cherry clip, Holland’s enlisted character calls home to speak with his girlfriend, and the conversation gets awkward as he’s haunted by the horrors of war he’s witnessed.

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cherry trailer full

Tom Holland is ready for his most challenging role yet in Cherry, a very dark comedy-drama based on the book by Nico Walker. A far cry from his Spider-Man performance, Cherry finds Holland getting dark and gritty, playing a drug-addicted bank robber. But it also has him re-teaming with the Russo Brothers, marking their first post-Marvel Cinematic Universe excursion. The first Cherry trailer is here, and you can watch it below.

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cherry clip

Now that the Russo Brothers are done with the Marvel Cinematic Universe, they’re moving on to other things. They’ve already produced several films, and their first post-Marvel directorial effort is arriving in time for awards season. It’s called Cherry, and it stars Tom Holland as a former soldier with PTSD who starts robbing banks to pay for his drug habit. The first Cherry clip has arrived to give you a glimpse of what the Russos have in store.

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the electric state

The Millie Bobby Brown/Russo Brothers team-up that I’m sure someone, somewhere, was waiting for is finally happening. Universal just picked up the rights to The Electric State, a new sci-fi film that the Russos will direct and Brown will star in. Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, who have worked with the Russos on Captain America: The Winter SoldierCaptain America: Civil WarAvengers: Infinity War, and Avengers: Endgame, are handling the script, which is based on the book by artist Simon Stålenhag. Stålenhag’s art also inspired the recent Amazon series Tales From the Loop.

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the grey man cast ana de armas

Ana de Armas will reunite with former costars Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans for The Grey Man, an upcoming Netflix spy movie that the Russo Brothers hope to turn into an entire franchise. De Armas previously worked with Gosling on Blade Runner 2049 and Evans on Knives OutThe Grey Man is based on the book series by Mark Greaney and follows a freelance assassin being hunted by a former colleague.

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cherry release date

Cherry, the first Russo Brothers movie since Avengers: Endgame, now has a release date. The pic, which stars Tom Holland as an Army vet who becomes a bank robber, will open in theaters in February 2021 before heading to Apple TV+ in March 2021. In addition to Holland, Cherry stars Ciara Bravo, Jack Reynor, Michael Rispoli, Jeff Wahlberg, Forrest Goodluck, and Michael Gandolfini, and is based on the semi-autobiographical novel by Nico Walker.

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Cherry Movie

Apple just scooped up Cherry, the first movie from the Russo Brothers since Avengers: Endgame, and the Russo’s first non-superhero movie in a long, long time. The project reunites them with Tom Holland, who plays a war vet with PTSD who becomes a bank robber. It’s based on the novel by Nico Walker, which is in part based on Walker’s true story (he’s a US Army veteran currently serving time in prison for bank robbery).

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the gray man

Netflix has always wanted to prove they’re in the big leagues. They’ve attracted huge names – Martin Scorsese, Spike Lee, and more – and continue to go for Oscar gold. And now they’re ready up their game in regards to blockbuster entertainment. The streaming service is ready to drop over $200 million to make The Gray Man, an espionage thriller directed by the Russo Brothers and starring Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans. The plan is for the film to ultimately kick-off a James Bond-sized franchise for the streaming giant.

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