Henry Cavill and Eiza González will be spies in Guy Ritchie’s new movie – Movie News

Eiza González is up for it all and will now share credits with Henry Cavill for Guy Ritchie’s new film, ‘The Ministry Of Ungentlemanly Warfare’.

we just saw Henry Cavill back as Superman in Black Adam, especially in the post-credits scene; in a few days he will be smoking Sherlock Holmes’ pipe again in Enola Holmes 2, the film he shares with Millie Bobby Brown, now he can boast that will work with Eiza Gonzalez in an action and spy film under the command of the former Madonna, Guy Ritchie.

This way we can confirm our countrywoman as one of the new heroines or favorite action women within the genre. Just remember the mega-badass role he played in Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver; the courage he had to discuss Michael Bay’s decisions in ER; and his small role that left him wanting more in the latest installment of the fastest saga of them all, The Fast and the Furious: Hobbs & Shaw, alongside Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham.

Deadline has confirmed that it’s a movie Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfarebased on the true events of World War II, the story of a secret fighting organization led by Prime Minister Winston Churchill and James Bond creator Ian Fleming, a secret squad that fought against those led by Adolf Hitler with rather radical and violent war strategiesbut which helped turn the battle in favor of the Allies.

This group was the root of the existence of the modern Black Ops unit, from which many video games originate Call of dutyto mention an example. Cavill will be in charge of the role of the leader of the organization, while the Mexican will be a dangerous sniper. The same portal places the tone of the tape on the level of Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds.


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Eiza Gonzalez in ‘Hobbs and Shaw’

That said, it appears that Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare it will be a bloodbath of supremacy galore. Unfortunately, filming won’t start until next January in Turkey, so we don’t have a release date. We’d better wait until 2024 to hear a lot more about this promising film, especially if we continue to see Eiza in the big league.

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