Following the release of The Gray Man, Netflix and The Russo Brothers are returning for more, with Ryan Gosling reprising his role as the mysterious Sierra Six in the sequel.
The film will be directed by Joe and Anthony Russo, and the script will be written by Stephen McFeeley, who co-wrote the original from the Mark Greaney novel with his Avengers scripting partner Christopher Markus.
Netflix surely took note when The Gray Man recently made its streaming premiere as the No. 1 movie in 92 different countries and received a 91 percent Rotten Tomatoes audience score.
The first movie cost $200M to make, making it the most costly and ambitious Netflix production to date. Notably, it had a brief theatrical run a week prior to its Netflix debut.
The Russos will produce alongside Mike Larocca of AGBO, Joe Roth, and Jeffrey Kirschenbaum of Roth Kirschenbaum Films. What else do we know about the The Gray Man sequel on Netflix?
Even though there were many alterations made from the original, The Gray Man was an adaptation of Mark Greaney’s 2009 spy thriller of the same name.
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The Gray Man, played by Ryan Gosling, aka Court Gentry, is back and once more on the run from both old allies and enemies.
Gentry was duped by his CIA superiors four years ago. Sidorenko, a Russian arms dealer, an old friend, now forces him to carry out a mission against his will: kill Sudanese President Abboud,
who is thought to be the cause of the Darfur slaughter. However, the CIA has other ideas for Abboud. With his merciless bosses on one side, his ex-friends who are now blackmailing him on the other,