Red Sparrow Trailer Reminds You of Marvel’s Black Widow
Fox entertainment unveiled the trailer for their most anticipated movie, ‘Red Sparrow’ a spy thriller starring Jennifer Lawrence in the titular role. Another of Fox’s production which is meant only for the grown-up audience. We hope that even after the merger with Disney studios, Fox keeps on churning out the quality cinema with no restriction on content.
Talking about ‘Red Sparrow,’ the trailer is kinda dark and shows the glimpse of the world of espionage. Marvel fans may find the resemblance of the trailer to the origin story of Natasha Romanoff aka Black Widow. As there are no current plans of Marvel in developing the full-fledged movie on Black Widow, this one can satisfy fans. The story revolves around a Russian ballerina(Dominika) who suffers from a career-ending injury, Dominika and her mother are facing a bleak future. That is when she is compelled to join the Sparrow school, a secret intelligence service that trains young recruits how to use their body and psychological weapons. After going under the soul breaking training, she emerges as the most skilled sparrow ever, who is ready to face the life-ending risks.
The plot is based on the book by the same name written by Jason Matthews, a former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) operative. The book provides insight into the mundane aspects of the intelligence field, and Red Sparrow’s unique ability to discern the nature of people.
We will see Jennifer Lawrence uniting with her Hunger Games director Francis Lawrence as he is at the helm of this one. The film also stars Joel Edgerton, Matthias Schoenaerts, Charlotte Rampling, Mary-Louise Parker and Jeremy Irons.
Yesterday, a teaser poster was also revealed which had a striking art and appropriately matched the movies’ title. Earlier Rooney Mara and David Fitch were involved in the project. However, things didn’t work out, and it was shelved in 2017.
With such an excellent ensemble of actors and renowned director at the helm of the movie, we are hyped to see this espionage thriller come alive on the big screen.