Armie Hammer says a sequel to “The Man From Uncle” is in the works. In a recent interview with Vanity Fair, the producer said that he’s excited about the sequel and it’ll definitely break the records. Based on the hit TV show of the same name, “The Man from UNCLE” has finally found its way to the big screen. The TV sitcom starred Robert Vaughn and David McCallum. There’re rumors that Henry Cavill will play the lead role in the movie version, but nothing is confirmed.

The Warner Bros. project

Back in 2015, Warner Bros. released a statement that it is interested in the remakes of television series. The studio aims to bring several stories from television to the big screen.

The Man from UNCLE” is the first project in this regard. The movie is developed with an approximate budget of $50 million. The show of the same name was made with a budget of $44 million and grossed over $200 million worldwide. It scored a decent 65% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. The Hollywood movie is directed by Guy Ritchie and scripted by Lionel Wigram. Its story is based on the MGM television series of the same name, developed by Sam Rolfe. Armier Hammer, Elizabeth Debicki, Henry Cavill, Jared Harris, and Hugh Grant have been recruited to play the leading roles. RatPac-Dune Entertainment has financed the project.

The unique story of an agent

As of January 2017, John Davis has obtained the US distribution rights under his banner Davis Entertainment. The story is about a professional CIA agent Napoleon Solo who is tasked to save the daughter of a famous politician.

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He brings Illya Kuryakin with him and wants to defeat the criminals. The actor later observes that a senior officer, Sanders, is secretly defending the group of criminals.

He travels to Rome along with Illya and asks her not to share the details with anyone. Soon they escape into the water and attack the criminals at a giant ship. Meanwhile, Sanders gets an idea of what's going on and releases orders to cancel the task. The story of this sequel sounds interesting. Posters and teaser trailers have already created excitement among fans.

According to the filmmaker, most of the scenes have been shot in Greenwich, West Sussex, London, Chicago, and New York City. The public fight between the hero and criminals is shot in a famous park in London, while several action sequences have been filmed in Chatham Historic Dockyard. The movie will be hit a theater near you on October 21.