Fans are excited after the release of Ryan Gosling, Chris Evans, and Dhanush starrer movie, The Gray Man trailer on May 24, 2022. Russo Brothers directed The Gray Man is an upcoming movie that is a film adaptation of the same-titled 2009 novel by Mark Greaney. And its makers are planning to begin a franchise based on the novels of Greaney. The Gray Man is already getting positive reviews worldwide even before its release for judgment.
The Gray Man is planned for a limited theatrical release on July 15, 2022. A Netflix release will follow it up on July 22, 2022. The Gray Man is made with a production budget of $200 million and is the most expensive Netflix-made movie.
Besides the craze for the Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans duo, fans, particularly Indian fans, are excited about the Ranjhana star, Dhanush. What role he will play is yet to be discovered, but from the trailer, some action-packed entertainment is ready to be served for sure. This article will focus on the reviews for this upcoming movie. So let’s begin.
About The Gray Man
The Gray Man is an upcoming American action thriller directed by Anthony and Joe Russo (the Russo brothers ). These brothers are the notable directors of Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame. Joe Russo, along with Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, are the screenwriters. Netflix is the distributor of this movie.
The Star Cast
Ryan Gosling plays a CIA black ops mercenary named Court Gentry / Sierra Six. Chris Evans as Lloyd Hansen is a psychopathic former colleague of Gentry.
Other characters include Ana de Armas (as Dani Miranda), Dhanush (Avik San), Jessica Henwick (Suzanne Brewer), Regé-Jean Page (Denny Carmichael), Julia Butters (Claire Fitzroy), Alfre Woodard (Margaret Cahill), Billy Bob Thornton (Donald Fitzroy), and many more.
So far, the official story is about a run and chase between a CIA agent (Ryan), The Gray Man, and a psychopathic assassin (Chris). Court Gentry is recruited by his handler, Donald Fitzroy, who accidentally discovers some dark agency secrets. And for this, once a highly-skilled, Agency-sanctioned mercenary, Six is chased by his former colleague Lloyd Hansen, with several other international assassins. However, Agent Dani Miranda (Ana de Armas) is on the help for Six.
The Gray Man Reviews: The critics
With the screening done already, The Gray Man is taken positively by the critics, especially for the well-choreographed action sequences and the chemistry between its lead stars, Chris and Ryan.
Forbes’ Jeff Ewing writes for the movie as a solid action-thriller with great performances by Gosling, Evans, and de Armas. Matt Neglia writes that the movie is a tactically aggressive action film by the Russo Brothers. It’s a blend of Ryan Gosling’s stoic toughness and Chris Evans’ wicked charm.
The trailer displays what an adventurous ride the Gray Man will be. Within a few opening seconds, the action starts while introducing the leads simultaneously. Knowing that the much loved Captain America, Chris Evans, is playing a villain this time is itself a thrill. However, it’s not his first time. He played a bad boy character named Drysdale in the 2019 film Knives Out. But, for the audience, this is something worth watching, how their beloved superhero turns into a villain. Even though this villain is lovable too, with his witty smiles. Chris seems to have carried this challenge well.
Talking about the Indian chocolate boy Dhanush, he is on the slay in his fight scenes. They are ruthless and sharp. He nailed his Hollywood debut with this film. This popular Indian actor is not just impressing everyone with his acting skills and actions but also with his humble attitude. And that’s why even Ryan and Chris are fond of him. Ana de Armas is already a beautiful actress who looked even more gorgeous in her badass character.
Overall, the movie seems to impress action and adventure film lovers as for them, there are lots of kicks, jumps, bullets, blasts, and car smash. Hence the reviews for The Gray Man are positive and for the trailer, follow the link below.
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