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The Gray Man
Amid of Covid-19 in California, Netflix is halting development on 'The Gray Man'.

The film - starring Chris Evans, Ryan Gosling and Ana De Armas - was supposed to begin filming in mid-January, but the start date was pushed back due to rising cases of Covid in the state, according to Deadline.

In the Long Beach area of Los Angeles, sets are still under construction.

Meanwhile, a former CIA agent turned freelance assassin named Court Gentry (Gosling) follows the Netflix action thriller of 'Avengers: Endgame' directors Joe and Anthony Russo, also known as the Gray Man, who is chased around the globe by his former CIA cohort Lloyd Hansen.

And the Russo brothers have recently announced that a franchise is being launched for the movie.

Joe said, "What's different about 'Gray Man' is that we're not going to answer every question in the first film. This is being developed as a series of films, and again we could pursue other characters, probably branching out but we won't answer every question in the movie."

"So you're going to finish the movie, and have a complete story, but you're still going to have questions about the wider universe. And I think that's one way to break the model a little bit, is not to give the audience everything in one film. Don't have a close-ended narrative. Have an open-ended narrative that's like a chapter in a book."