With still no information about the release date of Wrath of Man which is directed by the master of spy thrillers himself, Guy Ritchie has us all waiting desperately for his upcoming film. The film follows a storyline that is based on a Danish film titled Cash Truck. The story follows a group of con artists who try to rob a bank and safely get away with the crime in a high-speed action-packed chase by the police.
Apart from the unspecified release date of Wrath of Man, Guy Ritchie also has a number of projects to work on. Recently announced that he is working on a television show based on his 2020 hit film The Gentlemen. The story, cast, and crew for the show are being close to the chest. Guy Ritchie is also set to collaborate with Jason Statham for the fifth time for an early in the production phase film titled Five Eyes.
He has a lot on his plate but doesn’t seem to be minding any more work. With news coming in from Deadline that the British maestro has been tapped by Paramount Pictures for a brand new World War 2 spy film named “Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare“.
Having a profound experience in gangster and spy films like Revolver, RocknRolla, Lock Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels, Gentlemen, The Sherlock Holmes Series, and The Man From UNCLE Guy surely have his hands full with Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare and Five Eyes.
The story of Five Eyes follows a secret organization that hires an extremely talented covert spy who has to use his skills to bring down the sale and abuse of illegal weapon trades across the world which can disrupt the global order. The story of the other film follows during the time of World War 2 the Britishers were facing a retreat as they were being held and attacked by the Nazis. This led to a secret spy organization titled “Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare“.