The Grey Man has solely been out there on Netflix for a number of days, however apparently, that was sufficient time for the streaming big to comprehend it has successful franchise on its hand. Not solely is a sequel starring Ryan Gosling in improvement, however Netflix can be engaged on a by-product movie from Deadpool writers Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese.
“The viewers response to ‘The Grey Man’ has been nothing wanting phenomenal. We’re so appreciative of the keenness that followers the world over have had for this movie,” administrators Joe and Anthony Russo informed Variety in an announcement. “With so many superb characters within the film, we had at all times supposed for ‘The Grey Man’ to be a part of an expanded universe, and we’re thrilled that Netflix is saying a sequel with Ryan, in addition to a second script that we’re excited to speak about quickly.”
The Grey Man continues the Russo Brothers ongoing relationship with Netflix, which simply revealed a launch window for Extraction 2. The primary movie starring Chris Hemsworth as Tyler Rake was one other motion hit for the platform, however sadly, followers are going to have to attend just a bit whereas longer for the sequel that’s now scheduled to reach in 2023. By way of Collider:
Whereas the finer particulars of the plot round Extraction 2 are nonetheless being stored below wraps we do know that there are some returning names to the sequel’s manufacturing. As soon as once more stepping behind the digital camera is Sam Hargrave, who made his characteristic movie directorial debut with the primary movie and Joe Russo will as soon as once more pen the script. Joe and his brother Anthony Russo can even be producing the movie by means of their AGBO manufacturing firm. Hemsworth can even function a producer whereas additionally starring within the movie.
As for the Russo Brothers returning to Marvel, that has develop into murkier. They just lately revealed that directing Secret Wars continues to be their dream mission. Nonetheless, Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige informed Comedian-Con audiences will not be directing the just-announced Avengers: Secret Wars. “We love them, they love us,” Feige mentioned. “We need to discover one thing to do collectively, it’s not this.”
(By way of Variety)