by Dave Bautista my spy is getting a sequel titled The Eternal Cityand just cast Craig Robinson, Anna Faris and Flula Borg for the roles.
O Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Mother It is Suicide squad the lineup of the trio was announced by The Hollywood Reporterwhile Billy Barratt, Taeho K, Nicola Correia-Damude, Noah Dalton Danby and Devere Rogers are also new additions.
Launched in 2020, my spy followed Dave Bautista’s CIA agent JJ, tasked with monitoring young Sophie (Chloe Coleman) and her widowed mother (Parisa Fitz-Henley), who are on the run from her terrorist brother-in-law (Greg Bryk).
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Peter Segal is back at the helm The Eternal Citywhich will find a now-teenager Sophie recruiting JJ to accompany her choir’s European holiday, where they get caught up in an international criminal scheme.
“We were very happy with the success of the my spy”, commented the head of Amazon and MGM Studios, Jennifer Salke.
“It is an absolute privilege to be reunited with Pete Segal, Dave Bautista, Chloe Coleman and the rest of the talented cast and filmmakers – along with some very exciting additions.”
Segal himself added, “Having Anna, Craig and Flula join our incredible cast is like a kiss from the comedy gods.”
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2022 has already proven to be a hell of a year for wrestler-turned-actor Bautista, with a lead role in M’s Night Shyamalan. hit the booth currently on big screens everywhere.
“I’ve never had a role of this magnitude come my way. I’ve had minor dramatic roles that opened the door for roles like this. But when I read this, I was blown away by this character, the purity of Leonard,” he exclusively said. digital spy.
“He’s a big, burly, intimidating person, but he’s actually the kindest, gentlest person you’ll ever want to meet in your life. But that’s what I loved about him. That’s why I wanted this role so badly. great opportunity for me.”
hit the booth it’s already in theaters.