Hollywood: Dhanush affirmed on Saturday that he will be back as professional killer Avik San otherwise known as The Lone Wolf in the continuation of Netflix hit The Gray Man. The entertainer made his Hollywood introduction with the Anthony and Joe Russo-coordinated activity scene, which debuted on Netflix on July 22.
Dhanush posted a brief snippet on Instagram, in which he conveys a harsh admonition to Hollywood star Ryan Gosling’s CIA hired soldier Court Gentry otherwise known as Sierra Six. “Six, This is Lone Wolf. I hear we are both searching for a similar man. I need to offer you some exhortation. Quit looking. You are burning through your time. Since, in such a case that I think that he is first, there will not be anything for you to search for. What’s more, in the event that you think that he is first, I will track down you. Strictly business as usual,” he said in the clasp.
Close by the brief snippet, Dhanush expressed, “The Gray Man universe is growing and the spin-off is coming… Lone Wolf is prepared, right?”
The Gray Man depends on Mark Greaney’s 2009 novel of a similar name. It follows CIA hired soldier spy Sierra Six, played by Ryan Gosling, being looked through by his previous partner Lloyd Hansen (Chris Evans). The government agent activity performer included Ryan Gosling, Dhanush, Chris Evans, Ana de Armas, Rege Jean Page and Jessica Henwick.
Netflix and The Russo Brothers have declared a side project film too which will investigate various components of the first film’s universe. “The crowd response to The Gray Man has been out and out wonderful. We are so keen to the excitement that fans across the world have had for this film. With such countless astonishing characters in the film, we had consistently planned for the Gray Man to be important for an extended universe, and we are excited that Netflix is declaring a continuation with Ryan, as well as a second content that we’re eager to discuss soon,” the Russo Brothers said in a joint proclamation.
The producer pair, known for Marvel blockbusters like Captain America: Winter Soldier, Captain America: Civil War, Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame, will return as chiefs for the spin-off, which will be written by Stephen McFeely. The side project film will be composed by screenwriters Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese.