Henry Cavill can’t play Superman again, but there are still a lot of movies. According to foreign media reports, he will join “X-Men: First Class” and “Kingsman: The Secret Service” director Matthew Vaughn’s new spy action new film “Argylle”.
(Argylle) has an all-star lineup such as Bryan Cranston, Catherine O’Hara, John Cena, and Grammy award-winning singer Dua Lipa also joined.
Earlier, the film crew also announced the cast of Bryce Dallas Howard, Sam Rockwell, Samuel L. Jackson and others.
“Argylle” was filmed on the scale of a trilogy and adapted from Ellie Conway’s unreleased novel.
“Argylle” will start filming in Europe in August, and will also travel to the United States and other parts of the world for shooting, telling the story of the world’s greatest spy involved in the adventure of traveling around the world.
Matthew Vaughn said that when he first saw the draft of the novel, he thought it was the best spy novel since Ian Lancaster Fleming’s “007”.
He said that this movie will redefine the genre of spy movies. “Wonder Woman” and “Ice Age 4” screenwriter Jason Fox is responsible for the script.
Howard is expected to star in the heroine. She was convinced that she is a best-selling spy novelist because of her memory loss.
In fact, she is a world-class spy. When her memory returns, lethal skills also work together to guide her on the road of revenge and confront the mysterious organization Division she once worked for.
Rockwell is expected to play the former Division agent and Howard’s lover.
Jackson is expected to play a villain agent dedicated to exposing the corruption within the secret spy network.
“Argylle” will be Dua Lipa’s first film, and she will also write songs for the film.