The trailer for “Fall Guy” leaves nothing to be desired
Practice your stage jumps because Universal Pictures has released a trailer for it The Guy case. Based on the 80s action TV series of the same name, The Guy case follows Hollywood stuntman Colt Seavers as he searches for the missing movie star, who he doubles as the actor disappears from the set. Soon Colt is performing real stunts, fighting villains and dodging explosions as he tries to win back his lost love – who happens to be directing the movie he’s currently filming. Ryan Gosling plays Colt Seavers (taking over the role from Lee Majors, who directed the TV show), with Emily Blunt, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Winston Duke, Stephanie Hsu, Hannah Waddingham and Teresa Palmer backing him up. It was directed by rising action legend David Leitch. The Guy case will be in theaters on March 4, 2024. You can watch the trailer below:
Now, that is a short film! I enjoyed every second of it and The Guy case looks great. When I started watching the film I had forgotten who directed the film and as it played out I was wondering if this was going to be more of a comedy about the romance between Ryan Gosling and Emily Blunt. When the action begins, it’s jarring and takes you out of what you thought was the story, and it works great. The early scenes are charming, with Gosling and Blunt interacting well even in these brief glimpses of their scenes together. This is smart because it makes you connect with them and invest yourself in their relationship, keeping the action at stake. If the film is structured like this, we could be looking forward to a great action film. And on top of that, it’s directed by David Leitch, so you can be sure it’s going to look great. Leitch was one of the directors of the first John Wick and has led ever since Express trainwhich I loved too Deadpool 2 And Hobbs & Shaw, I liked both. He also brought forth the great ones and shepherded them No one and even bigger Violent night. After years of mediocre releases at best and occasional bright spots, I truly believe we’re seeing a rebirth of great action movies, and I’m thrilled that it’s finally here.