Dua Lipa To Make Acting Debut Opposite Henry Cavill In Vaughn Film

The pandemic has caused many shootings and movie premieres to be delayed, but as of this year, activities have resumed and new projects have been born. Director Matthew Vaughn abandoned the saga of Kingsman to start preparing your next tape.

The film industry gives us films that not only stand out for their plot and elaboration, but also make an impact with their varied cast. Some of the most anticipated of the moment in that sense are: No Sudden Move (starring Don Cheadle and Benicio Del Toro, recently released on HBO Max, and The French Dispatch (with Tilda Swinton, Adrien Brody, Selena Gomez and Timothée Chalamet, among others) film that brings us Disney; both are films that stand out for having a great cast.

In that sense, one of the feature films that has generated the most expectation is Argylle, Vaughn’s new spy movie, project in which Dua Lipa will make her big screen acting debut. According The Hollywood Reporter, the singer of ‘Don’t Start Now’ is also contributing with original music to the title song and movie soundtrack.

The pop singer joins a star-studded cast that includes high-profile stars such as Henry Cavill, Sam Rockwell, Bryce Dallas Howard, Bryan Cranston, Catherine O’Hara, John Cena y Samuel L. Jackson. Vaughn is set to direct a script written by screenwriter Jason Fuchs, writer of Wonder Woman / Ice Age: Continental Drift.

Argylle now enter together with No Sudden Move Y The French Dispatch to the movie list that features an incredible roster of actors and actresses. Tape filming will begin next August And from this moment on, he has begun to raise expectations thanks to Matthew Vaughn announcing his cast.

What is ‘Argylle’ about?

Based on the next Ellie Conway spy novel, the film follows Argylle, “the best spy in the world”, as he becomes involved in an adventure around the world. “When I read this first draft of the manuscript, I felt that it was the most amazing and original spy franchise since Ian Fleming’s books of the 1950s.“says Vaughn.” This is going to reinvent the spy genre. “

Argylle’s book is scheduled for publication in 2022, and Argylle, the film is scheduled to begin shooting in Europe in August. The other Vaughn franchise continues in December with the release of The King’s Man, the third installment in the series Kingsman.

Matthew Vaughn himself will direct and produce the film through his production house. Marv Films and it is expected that in the coming months, it will establish a contract with a distributor. The project looks interesting and quite profitable in the long term because, as confirmed, it is expected to be the first of at least three films.