Netflix to launch The Gray Man sequel and spin-off with Ryan Gosling

Popular streamer Netflix is ​​launching a sequel to The Gray Man, which stars Ryan Gosling again and is directed by Joe and Anthony Russo again.

Popular streamer Netflix is ​​launching a sequel to The Gray Man, which stars Ryan Gosling again and is directed by Joe and Anthony Russo again.

After the release of the hugely successful The Gray Man this weekend, where it was No.

A sequel to The Gray Man, already a fan favorite with a 91% viewer rating on Rotten Tomatoes, is currently in development starring Ryan Gosling and the return of directors Joe and Anthony Russo. Russo and Mike Larocca of AGBO will produce for Roth Kirschenbaum Films, along with Joe Roth and Jeffrey Kirschenbaum.

Gray Man co-writer Stephen McFeely, who also wrote stories for films such as The Electric State, Avengers: Endgame, Captain America: Civil War.

A spinoff film written by screenwriters Paul Wernick and Rhett Rees (Deadpool, Zombieland) will explore different elements of the Gray Man universe. Register confidential.

The Gray Man is based on the best-selling series by Mark Greaney.

The Gray Man is AGBO’s third film to premiere on Netflix and the company’s second consecutive debut at #1 worldwide, with a sequel in progress. AGBO’s 2020 Extraction, starring Chris Hemsworth, is the fifth most popular film on Netflix and has a Netflix sequel in 2023.

In an interview, Joe and Anthony Russo said of the development of the sequel, “The audience response to The Gray Man has been phenomenal. We are so grateful for the excitement fans around the world have had for this film. With so many amazing characters in the film, we are always on the move. wanted The Gray Man to be part of an expanded universe, and we’re excited that Netflix is ​​announcing a sequel starring Ryan, as well as a second script, which we look forward to talking about soon.”

“With The Gray Man, Russo has delivered an extraordinary spectacle that is loved by audiences around the world. We’re excited to continue working with them and the AGBO team as they build the world of Greyman,” said Scott Stuber, Netflix’s Global Head of Film.

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