Matthew Vaughn is changing his scene, not his genre, and has everything ready to premiere his new spy thriller with an enviable cast.
Much has been said this summer about the duel between Barbie and Oppenheimer, the famous Barbenheimer, due, in part, to its spectacular distributions. If Universal had wanted to compete with itself, Argylle could have fit perfectly into the matchup.
The new film from the director of the Kingsman saga, Matthew Vaughnresumes his frenetic narrative style that has already borne fruit in films like Kick-Ass.
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The world of espionage is once again the focus of attention in Argylle, but with a different approach to that of Kingsman and, this time, it puts Bryce Dallas Howard in the most disproportionate situation that a spy novel writer could imagine.
Howard is joined by a spectacular cast in the film, including names like Henry Cavill, Sam Rockwell, Bryan Cranston, Catherine O’Hara, Dua Lipa, Ariana DeBose, John Cena, Samuel L. Jackson o Rob Delaney.
Argylle: a promising star-studded spy thriller
If you go to the header of this article, you will find the Argylle trailer in Spanish so you can dive into this dysfunctional spy universe where reality surpasses fiction, or almost. We also leave you the synopsis of Matthew Vaughn’s film so you can prepare for viewing.
“Elly Conway is the reclusive author of a series of best-selling spy novels, whose greatest pleasure in life is an evening at home in front of the computer in the company of her cat Alfie.
When the plot of one of his books—centered on secret agent Argylle and his efforts to expose a global crime syndicate—begins to be a real reflection of the covert actions of an authentic spy organization, the quiet nights at home will become a thing of the past.
Accompanied by Aiden, a spy allergic to cats, Elly (with Alfie in her backpack) will try to always stay ahead of the killers as the line between her fictional world and reality becomes increasingly blurred.
There is still no confirmed release date in Spain for Argylle, but it could be one of the first hits of 2024 on the big screen. In HobbyCine of Hobby Consolas, we will be attentive to the news from Universal.