Ryan Gosling is ready to star in the upcoming film adaptation of the hit 1980s action series The case guy. The multi-talented movie star made headlines back in 2020 for his casting in an unspecified stuntman film directed by David Leitch and distributed by Universal. The film is said to have similarities to the American action/adventure series the fall guy, but was never confirmed as an adaptation. If the assumptions were correct, it would replace the long-developed case guy Adaptation starring Dwayne Johnson as the main actor.
The latest news surrounding the film suggests that Johnson and WWE Studio’s project has indeed fallen through the cracks in favor of Universal’s version. diversity writes that Gosling is getting prominent spotlight in the Australian media for his casting The case guy Film adaptation filmed on location in Sydney. Paul Fletcher, Federal Minister for Communications, Urban Infrastructure, Cities and the Arts, says: “We are delighted to welcome The Fall Guy Down Under.“
Gosling adds The case guy to his busy schedule, including franchise hope The gray man, Barbie, wolf man, and a few other films. He will presumably take on the role of Colt Seavers (played by Lee Majors in the 1980s series), a stuntman who works as a part-time bounty hunter. But while Gosling’s involvement is confirmed, Leitch’s name is suspiciously missing from the announcement. Universal is still lagging behind The case guy Since their President of Physical Production, Jeff LaPlante, reciprocates Fletcher’s enthusiasm for filming in Australia, so an update on the dead pool 2 The director’s duties should hopefully come with time.
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