20th Century Fox has presented the official trailer for the adventure comedy Free Guy, starring Ryan Reynolds (Deadpool, Pokémon: Detective Pikachu) and directed by Shawn Levy (Night Trilogy at the Museum, Stranger Things).
Free Guy tells the story of a lonely bank teller who discovers that he is actually a secondary character in the open world of the Free City video game.
Filmed in Boston, she co-stars Jodie Comer (Killing Eve), Lil Rel Howery (Let Me Out), Taika Waititi (Avengers: Endgame), Joe Keery (Stranger Things) and Utkarsh Ambudkar (Mulán).
Levy's creative team includes cinematographer George Richmond (Rocketman, Kingsman: Secret Service), Emmy-winning editor Dean Zimmerman (Stranger Things, the Night at the Museum franchise), production designer Ethan Tobman (The Room, Beautiful Boy) and costume designer Marlene Stewart (Night at the Museum: Pharaoh's Secret, Fast & Furious 8).
Ryan Reynolds is subscribed to comedy. After cheering up all of his followers with the premiere of Deadpool 2 and overcoming the barrier of 700 million dollars of collection, he has decided to move from the superhero genre to an even more sought-after one: video games. The actor who gives life to the Marvel Studios antihero will be the protagonist of Free Guy, a comedy focused on the story of a secondary character who has no idea that he lives in a game.
The feature film directed by Shawn Levy, producer of Stranger Things and director of Night at the museum, continues when Reynolds realizes where he is and asks an avatar for help so that the creator of his world does not turn off the console. At the moment it is not known on what date the tape will arrive on the big screen, but it has been confirmed that 20th Century Fox has the rights and that the actor will also participate in the production work.
Until this movie is released, the interpreter's fans can enjoy the domestic version and the deleted scenes from the sequel to Wade Wilson's life, as well as wait for the same company to start projecting the version for those over 13 years old. Deadpool 2 in movie theaters. Remember the latest adventure of the most thug hero of the House of Ideas on these lines!
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