There’s a joke about Chuck Norris that goes, “Chuck Norris doesn’t sleep.” He’s waiting.” Well, Norris isn’t waiting any more. The karate champion turned action star turned meme would make his final outing in a true leading role in 2005. The cutter. Since then, he would make appearances in tongue-in-cheek cameos, capitalizing on his fame as a meme. Even its brief appearance in 2012 The Expendables 2 would feature him making a joke about Chuck Norris. At 83 years old, that’s not a bad way to pursue a career in entertainment. However, Norris isn’t quite ready to hang up his action fatigues.
Deadline is now reporting that Chuck Norris is set to make a triumphant return in a sci-fi action film titled Agent recognition. The film was completed by Quiver Distribution, and the American Film Market is currently selling films, which will include this film from Millennium Media. The military action film also stars Marc Singer, another star of the genre, known for alien sci-fi. V And the master of beasts movies. Derek Ting stars alongside Norris and Singer and is on board as a credited writer and director.
The plot, according to Deadline, involves “Alastair (Norris), the commander of a secret Earth security task force, calls on super-powered recruit Jim (Ting) to go on a mission led by battle-hardened Colonel Green (Singer) and his seasoned marines to track a mysterious energy. disturbance at a New Mexico base suspected of testing extraterrestrial technology. When the team encounters an unknown being not only possessed of extraordinary strength and speed, but also capable of controlling insane warriors, the trio must fight against unstoppable hordes to uncover the truth behind the hostile alien fortress and prevent the extinction of humanity.
Quivera enthusiastically shares, “We were looking for an opportunity to work with the legendary Chuck Norris where he could showcase his still exceptional fighting abilities.” Ting adds: “With Earth’s Greatest Heroes, Chuck Norris and Marc Singer, literally gearing up for this, I knew we had to make sure fans had an epic experience. My stunt team pushed the limits of my vision of clear, concrete action, enhanced with reasoned storytelling, and we asked Chuck’s son Dakota to join us in choreographing all of his father’s fight sequences. Additionally, we filmed with the ARRI Alexa cinema cameras on Hollywood’s most breathtaking sets and landscapes and finished it all off with cutting-edge visual effects, an invigorating score and thrilling sound effects.
Quiver plans to go out Agent recognition In 2024.