Get ready because The Gray Man, starring Ryan Gosling, Chris Evans, and many more of your favorite celebrities, is officially on the way!
The upcoming Netflix title is as action-packed as it is thrilling, and it is sure to take you on a journey that’ll leave you speechless as the story behind this title is one that viewers are bound to become entranced by. And in case that wasn’t enough to pique your interest, a brand spanking new trailer has just been released, giving us a sneak peek of all the drama heading our way later this year.
Everything to know about Netflix’s The Gray Man, including its official cast, trailer, and synopsis, is right here. Check it out!
The Gray Man synopsis
The Gray Man depicts a cat-and-mouse game between two dangerous agents, each with their own mission to accomplish by any means necessary. The mouse, known as Court Gentry (Ryan Gosling), is being hunted down to the ends of the Earth by the cat, Llyod (Chris Evans), for discovering critical information about the CIA.
Lloyd is an extremely dangerous man who is no stranger to using violent means to get his way. Although he is menacing in his own right, he might have finally met his match since Court Gentry is also extremely privy to the chaos of battle and is a man feared by all, too.
No matter their strengths, only one can win in this war. Who will arise victoriously? Who will bite the bullet? You’ll have to stream the film later this summer to find out. Until then, sit back and enjoy the official trailer for The Gray Man below.
In addition to Gosling and Evans, the cast of this upcoming Netflix movie features Ana de Armas, Rege-Jean Page, Jessica Henwick, Wagner Moura, Billy Bob Thornton, Julia Butters, Alfre Woodard, Robert Kazinsky, Scott Haze, Jimmy Jean-Louis, Daz Crawford, Eme Ikwuakor, Deobia Oparei, and The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir actor Dhanush.
The Russo Brothers have done it again! We can’t wait to sink our teeth into this stunning film. If you feel the same way, be sure to catch the premiere of The Gray Man streaming on Friday, July 22, only on Netflix.