Guy Ritchie’s latest film “The Interpreter” has already started shooting in Spain.
Currently, “The Interpreter” is in the stage of no official name. As the filming began, more actors joined the crew.
Antony Starr, Dar Salim and Emily Beecham all joined the cast. The starring of “The Interpreter” was handed over to Jake Gyllenhaal.
Ivan Atkinson and Marn Davies, who worked with Guy Ritchie on “Wrath of Man” and “The Gentlemen”, will write the screenplay.
It is reported that the story of “The Interpreter” takes place when the US military is withdrawing from Afghanistan, and Jake Gyllenhaal plays Sergeant John Kinley, who forged a deep friendship with local translator Ahmed in Afghanistan.
During their last mission in Afghanistan, the entire unit was ambushed, and the two were the only survivors.
Pursued by the enemy, Ahmed risked his life to carry the wounded Kinley through miles of rough terrain to safety.
Back in the continental United States, Kinley learned that Ahmed and his family had not been allowed to travel to the United States as promised.
Determined to protect and repay the friend, he returns to the war zone to rescue the Ahmed family before the local militia arrives.
This isn’t the only recent Afghan movie from Hollywood.
Tom Hardy and Channing Tatum, who are famous all over the world with “Venom”, will also collaborate on a film called “Afghanistan evacuation thriller”.
“Afghanistan evacuation thriller” will tell the story of three former Special Forces members who return to Afghanistan to rescue their families and allies left behind as US troops leave.