Chuck Norris, who once ran a marathon backwards just to see what second place looks like (according to the Internet), is returning to action movies.
Deadline reported that Norris is set to lead the cast of the upcoming sci-fi/action film. Agent recognition. The film has completed production and is expected to be sold on the American Film Market with a North American release planned for 2024. The film was written and directed by Derek Ting (Agent Revelation), who also stars alongside Norris and Marc Singer (Beastmaster, V).
In the film, “Alastair (Norris), the commander of a secret security task force on Earth, calls on super-powered recruit Jim (Ting) to join a mission led by battle-hardened Colonel Green (Singer) and his marines seasoned to track a mysterious energy disturbance at a New Mexico base suspected of experimenting with extraterrestrial technology. When the team encounters an unknown being not only possessed of extraordinary strength and speed, but also capable of controlling Mindless warriors, the trio must fight against unstoppable hordes to uncover the truth behind the hostile alien fortress and prevent humanity’s demise.
“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,” Ting also said of the film in a statement. . “My stunt team pushed the boundaries of my vision of clear action driven by driven storytelling, and we asked Chuck’s son Dakota to choreograph all of his father’s fight sequences. Additionally, We filmed with ARRI Alexa cinema cameras at the highest level in Hollywood. breathtaking sets and landscapes and finalize it with cutting-edge visual effects, an invigorating score and thrilling sound effects.
Millennium’s JJ Nugent, who is handling international sales for the project, added: “We couldn’t be more excited to team up with our friends at Quiver on Reconnaissance agent. Chuck Norris is one of the world’s greatest action legends and we know audiences will be just as excited as we are to see him back on the big screen for the first time since Expendables 2.”
Chuck Norris returns to cinema after 11 years
Indeed, Norris has not appeared in a film since The Expendables 2 in 2012. Since then, he has made appearances on the small screen, but sporadically, including a guest role in Hawaii five-0 in 2020. He also made a special appearance for TNA/Impact Wrestling that year and directed the television special That of Chuck Norris Epic Guide to Military Vehicles the previous year. Most recently, Norris lent his voice and likeness to this year’s video game. Crime Boss: Rockay City. Recently, it was reported that the actor will also team up with Vanilla Ice for the upcoming horror film. Zombie plane.
Agent recognition does not yet have a premiere date.