Operation Fortune: Ruse de guerre - In theaters TBA

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Title: Five Eyes

Genre: Action, Thriller

Director: Guy Ritchie

Cast: Jason Statham

Release: 0000-00-00

Plot: MI6 guns-and-steel agent Fortune is recruited by global intelligence alliance Five Eyes to track down and stop the sale of a deadly new weapons technology that threatens to disrupt the world order. Reluctantly paired with a CIA tech expert, Fortune sets off on a globe-trotting mission where he will have to use all of his charm, ingenuity and stealth to track down and neutralize a billionaire arms broker.

 

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Jason Statham, Guy Ritchie Re-Teaming on Spy Thriller ‘Five Eyes’

Jason Statham and director Guy Ritchie are re-teaming on the spy thriller “Five Eyes” for Miramax.

Statham will portray an agent recruited by global intelligence alliance “Five Eyes” to track down and stop the sale of a deadly new weapon that threatens to disrupt the world order. Reluctantly paired with a high-tech CIA expert, he sets off on a globe-trotting mission to infiltrate a billionaire arms broker.

Principal photography is set to commence in October in Europe.

Ritchie and Statham previously collaborated on “Cash Truck,” and British actioners “Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels” and “Snatch.” Ritchie will direct and produce “Five Eyes” from a screenplay written by Ivan Atkinson and Marn Davies, with revisions by Ritchie. Atkinson will also produce.

via Variety
 

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New name ; Operation Fortune: Ruse de Guerre

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Lenny Nero

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They should've left even 'Five Eyes' as the title. The new one is too long, too cumbersome, and definitely too unreadable for most. When I came across the trailer yesterday, I thought it was some kind of European, localised French title.

Also, I'm very excited for anything from Guy Ritchie, and the cast is great, but seems like a a bit too much going on in the movie, hopefully it won't detract from what I believe makes it a Guy Ritchie film. Gentlemen was that, more in vein of Snatch, etc. Cash Truck wasn't.
Hopefully this will be closer to my favorite of his, Revolver.
 
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