Amazon Studios is making a government agent satire film about the United States Postal Service called The U.S.P.S. The starting points of the USPS go right back to 1775, when Benjamin Franklin filled in as its first postmaster general. From that point forward, the association’s mail transporters have showed up in an assortment of mainstream society attempts, including Mr. McFeely on Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood, Reba the Mail Lady on Pee-Wee’s Playhouse, and Newman on Seinfeld.
Presently, Collider reports that Amazon Studios will bundle the USPS with the government operative parody kind in the appropriately named The U.S.P.S. Written by 2020 Black List screenwriter Perry Janes and featuring Coming 2 America’s Jermaine Fowler, the film will follow a young fellow (Fowler) who finds that his as of late executed mailwoman mother was really a clandestine usable in America’s most startling mystery office, the United States Postal Service. Bird Box author Eric Heisserer and Carmen Lewis of Chronology will create the film for Amazon Studios alongside Imagine Entertainment’s Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, and Karen Lunder.
The covert agent sort has delighted in somewhat of a renaissance during the 2010s as it’s moved away from James Bond and the picture of “the honorable man spy.” Besides the dependably perfect activity thrill rides of the Mission Impossible establishment, Melissa McCarthy’s Spy and the always growing Kingsman universe have given new wrinkles on all around trampled spy figures of speech just by placing the weapons and devices in the possession of conventional individuals. At whatever point the film shows up, Amazon Studio’s The U.S.P.S. will ideally convey one more new interpretation of the regular individual covert agent theme.