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Spies In Disguise – Everything You Need To Know

Spies In Disguise cast

Spies in Disguise is an animated spy comedy film. It is based on Lucas Martell’s 2009 animated short Pigeon: Impossible. The film will be directed by Nick Bruno and Troy Quane. It is produced by Peter Chernin, Jenno Topping, Michael J. Travers. It will star the voices of Will Smith and Tom Holland. The movie was first supposed to release on 18 January 2019, but it was changed again and again. Now, the movie will be releasing on 25 December of 2019.

The cast consist of many great stars first is Will Smith as Lance Sterling, “the world’s most awesome spy” who is accidentally turned into a pigeon. Tom Holland as Walter Beckett, a socially inept scientific genius who graduated MIT at age 15 and designs gadgets. He is the one inadvertently turns Sterling into a pigeon with an invention of his and must now help Sterling turn human again.

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Rashida Jones voices Marcy Kappel, a security forces agent who seems to be in pursuit of Lance Sterling. Ben Mendelsohn, as Tristan McFord, a powerful technology-based terrorist mastermind with a left bionic arm that controls drones that threatens the world. He is sterling’s arch-enemy, and his main mission objective Reba McEntire, Rachel Brosnahan as Gidget Garcia, Karen Gillan as Eyes, DJ Khaled as Ears, Masi Oka as Kamora, Tristan McFord’s henchman. Carla Jimenez as Molly.

As for the plot, the official synopsis reads, “The world is counting on the highly famous super-spy Lance Sterling to protect it from grave threats, which in turn often count on the technical smarts of young scientist Walter Beckett to fashion great gadgets to accomplish his missions in spite of himself. However, when Beckett attempts to introduce his newest invention of “biodynamic concealment,” Sterling accidentally ingests Beckett’s experimental work and turns into a pigeon. He must now find out how he can save the world from cybernetic madman Tristan McFord while being such a small animal.”