The live-action remake of Hercules will have “a more modern twist”, according to the Russo brothers

The live-action remake of Hercules will have "a more modern twist", according to the Russo brothers

Hercules producers Joe and Anthony Russo have confirmed that the new live-action film will stay true to its roots, but will have “a more modern twist” to its plot.

Slowly Disney continues to adapt its animation classics in real image versions, having among its next productions Herculeswhich will feature the director of Aladdin Guy Ritchie.

In general, except for certain differences in the plot, these adaptations have remained fairly faithful to the original films of the mouse company.

And it seems that it will continue to be so with the new Hercules movie, although this time it will have a somewhat more modern touch. At least that is what the Russo brothers, producers of the film, have commented on.

During an interview to GamesRadar, Joe and Anthony Russo commented that the upcoming remake of the Disney classic will stay true to its roots, but will have “a more modern twist” to its plot..

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“It will certainly pay homage to the original with a more modern twist,” stated Joe Russo. “What Anthony and I love about the original is how funny and subversive it is. I think we tried to bring that sense of humor to the new version.”

At the moment, little else is known about this version of Hercules, pending confirmation of the actors who will star in this new disney live action movieas well as when we can enjoy it in movie theaters.

In the meantime, the Russos are in full promotion of their new feature filmThe invisible agent, Netflix original movie starring Ryan Gosling, Chris Evans and Ana de Armas that has become Netflix’s most expensive theatrical release to date.

Based on the novel by Mark Greaney, this interesting spy thriller follows Court Gentry, a CIA agent known by the alias Sierra Six who was once a highly skilled death merchant.


Clip of The Invisible Agent, with Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans pounding each other

However, now the tables have turned, and after being released from a federal prison, Six becomes the main target and is pursued by Lloyd Hansen, a former CIA partner who will stop at nothing to end his life..

Fortunately, he will not be alone, since agent Dani Miranda will cover his back, something that he will especially need, since all help is little to get out of such a dangerous situation in which he finds himself.

After passing through theaters, The movie The Invisible Agent will be added to the Netflix catalog on July 22, 2022. Meanwhile, here we leave you these 10 great films with an ambiguous ending that not everyone interprets in the same way.

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