Cast, plot and release date of Ryan Gosling’s next project
After starring in Netflix’s action hit ‘The Gray Man,’ Ryan Gosling is ready to hit the action route with the upcoming remake of ‘The Fall Guy.’ Here, find out everything you need to know about this movie.
Fresh off the success of “They Gray Man”, Ryan Gosling will star in the upcoming Hollywood remake of the ’80s series “The Fall Guy.” The film will be directed by David Leitch, who directed Brad Pitt “High-speed train” (currently in theaters).
“The Fall Guy”, produced by Universal, will begin production in Australia this fall. According to Leitch, who also co-directed the first John Wick movie and the Fast & Furious spin-off Hobbs & Shaw, said they were trying to make a “great summer movie” with “fun and of action”.
According to Collider, the project was previously set up with Dwayne Johnson as leader. However, Gosling stepped in and he will also produce the film. Here, find out everything you need to know about this project like release date, cast, and plot.
Plot of the movie ‘The Fall Guy’: What did Leith say?
The film is based on the television series created by Glen A. Larsonwhich featured Lee Majors like a hollywood stuntman who has a side business as a bounty hunter. Leitch confirmed that he would follow the main storyline as well.
“It’s the story of a stuntman who gets involved in crazy drama outside the cinema, and chaos ensues,” he tells Collider. He also confirmed that they will explore the aspect of the film industry, while drawing on their own experiences: “It’s a great world for this drama to happen.”
Cast of “The Fall Guy”: who joined the project?
Besides Gosling, Emily Blunt is set to co-star, according to a report from Deadline. Blunt has appeared in several action films such as “Edge of Tomorrow” and the “A Quiet Place” franchise. She will star in Christopher Nolan’s next film, Oppenheimer. Other cast members have not been announced.
Is there a release date for ‘The Fall Guy’?
Yes, according to Deadline, the film is set to be released on March 1, 2024. Production is expected to begin this fall in Australia. According to Variety, the Australian government is adding funding to the project, with the federal government and New South Wales state authorities providing $21.1 million and $10.2 million, respectively.