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First Look: Chris Evans And Ryan Gosling Play Spy Games In The Gray Man

The Netflix spy thriller is helmed by Avengers Endgame's Anthony and Joe Russo.

First Look:  Chris Evans And Ryan Gosling Play Spy Games In The Gray Man

Who will win in a gun fight – Chris Evans or Ryan Gosling?

We’ll find out on July 22 when Netflix drops The Gray Man, and the streamer has shared a few images from  the big-budget spy thriller from directors Anthony and Joe Russo, the guys behind a little arthouse movie called Avengers: Endgame,

How big a budget, you wonder?

Try US$200 million (S$276 mil), the same price tag as last year’s Red Notice. (Don’t read too much into that number: if you’ve read Edward Jay Epstein’s The Hollywood Economist, the movie probably costs less than that after tax incentives and cash rebates.)

Based on Mark Greaney’s 10-book series, The Gray Man tells the story of  Court Gentry (Ryan Gosling), a freelance assassin and ex-CIA agent who is hunted across the globe by Lloyd Hansen (Chris Evans), a former colleague of Gentry’s at the CIA.

Anthony Russo has described The Gray Man as “a real mano-a-mano between those two great actors who represent two different versions of the CIA, in what it can be, and what it can do.”

The movie also stars Ana de Armas, Jessica Henwick, Wagner Moura, Billy Bob Thornton, Alfre Woodard, and Bridgerton breakout Regé-Jean Page.

Ana de Armas plays Dani Miranda in 'The Gray Man'.
Rege-Jean Page in 'The Gray Man'.
Ryan Gosling finds a way to beat traffic in 'The Gray Man'.
Ryan Gosling channels his inner Don Johnson in 'The Gray Man'.
Ryan Gosling (and his beard) in 'The Gray Man'.
Chris Evans (and his 'tache) in 'The Gray Man'.
Ryan Gosling tries to catch a train in 'The Gray Man'.
Chris Evans discusses a scene with directors Anthony & Joe Russo on the set of 'The Gray Man'.

Photos: Netflix

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