Summer is here and Hollywood is hard at work pumping out content to keep the masses entertained throughout the next few months. From Season Four of Stranger Things to the myriad of blockbusters the entertainment industry has prepared for us in recent months, it’s safe to say that this summer is going to be interesting. Some individuals in Hollywood are especially eager to make this summer one you’re going to remember, with their latest project set to have viewers curious to say the least. Chris Evans has teamed up with Netflix to provide its subscribers with even more remarkable original content this summer, and they are ready to enthrall fans once again with the latest clip from The Gray Man.
Evans has made a name for himself in recent years as the figurehead of the iconic Captain America franchise and has been one of the most prominent characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The MCU seemingly reached its climax with the release of 2019’s Avengers: Endgame and subsequently saw Evans tenure as the red, white and blue superhero conclude as a result, leaving him open to pursue other projects. He ultimately elected to unite forces with Netflix, and now Netflix subscribers will be first in line to see The Gray Man. In the film Evans teams up with Ryan Gosling who plays an undercover operative who Evans is tasked with hunting down, and the project is being spearheaded by none other than the Russo Brothers who are best known for being the architects of the aforementioned MCU. In the newly released clip for the film, Evans can be seen battering his adversaries before being subdued in humorous fashion, all seemingly right in line with the two actors’ notorious sense of humor. The trailer for The Gray Man can be seen above and the new clip below, and Netflix subscribers can catch The Gray Man when it premieres on July 22nd.
Evans and Gosling are heavyweights in the world of entertainment, and it is certainly special to see them unite forces. Their union is made even more special by Netflix backing them, virtually ensuring this project is one you won’t want to miss. Fans and Netflix subscribers can catch The Gray Man when it debuts on the streaming platform this summer.