Netflix promised a trailer for The Gray Man, and Netflix delivered. And then some. We finally got a full trailer for Anthony and Joe Russo‘s upcoming adaptation of Mark Greaney’s novel this morning. It’s packed with everything we expect an action-thriller should be, mystery, lies, drama and tons of fighting. And it also looks like we aren’t the only ones that aren’t a fan of Chris Evans‘ new stache.

The Gray Man trailer gives us a bit more introduction to Ryan Gosling‘s Court Gentry, aka Sierra Six, without going overboard. We know he is a high-skilled, Agency-sanctioned merchant of death plucked from a federal penitentiary by his handler Donald Fitzroy (Billy Bob Thornton). Through the trailer, we see that he has found something, a coin of some sort. But we don’t get the find out what it is all about. Good, keep that mystery from us. However, this coin puts him on the wrong side of some terrible people. Those people reach out to Lloyd Hansen (Evans) to quickly and efficiently handle the job.

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It seems that he has decided to turn this into a worldwide manhunt when he places a ridiculously large bounty on Gentry’s head. We do get a standoff or two between Gentry and Hansen, but we hope they are holding off all the good stuff for the actual movie. Thankfully Gentry still has some friends on his side, including Agent Dani Miranda (Ana de Armas). But how long will they stay on his side before the money or drama becomes too much? We also get the chance to see Regé-Jean Page‘s Denny Carmichael, who seems to be pretty high up in this program. We’re excited to see what role the Duke really plays in this film.

The Gray Man is set to hit theaters first on July 15, 2022, before dropping on Netflix on July 22, 2022. We’ve shared the trailer below. What do you think about this new action-thriller? What about Evans’ questionable facial hair? Let us know in the comments below and on social media!

The Gray Man movie poster featuring Court Gentry and Llyod Hansen standing back to back.

Image courtesy of Netflix 2022.

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