Russo Brothers are one of the most popular director duos in the industry today. In the past few years, Russo Brothers gave some massively popular films and series, most notably, The Avenger films. Russo Brothers are back with one more project for the streaming platform. The duo will be the showrunners for Netflix’s upcoming film, Electric State. After Millie Bobby Brown, The Avengers Endgame directors have made some interesting additions to the cast of The Electric State.
Apart from Brown, Russo Brothers have brought together some incredibly talented actors from immensely popular franchises. The Russo’s have lined up actors from Breaking Bad and Marvel for The Electric State. But who are the new additions to this new project? Here is everything you need to know.
Who are the new additions to the all-star lineup of Electric State after Millie Bobby Brown?
Russo Brothers have made some exciting additions to the cast of The Electric State. American actor Anthony Mackie best known for his role as Sam Wilson in Captain America: The Winter Soldier is another addition to the Russo Brother’s lineup. Mackie previously also starred in 8 Mile and The Banker.
Apart from Anthony, the incredible Gus Firing from the crime drama series Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul a.k.a. Giancarlo Esposito will also be a part of The Electric State. The two actors will voice some of the quirky robots in the movie. In addition to the new cast members, the film also stars Millie Bobby Brown, Chris Patt, and The Devil Wears Prada star, Stanley Tucci.
The upcoming Netflix film is the adaptation of the sci-fi adaptation of 2017 Simon Stålenhag’s graphic novel. It will follow the story of an orphaned teenager (Brown) and her friend (Patt) who travel to the American West in search of her younger brother.
The Electric State will match the Russo Brothers’ previous Netflix film The Gray Man’s budget of $200 million. For now, the film is all set to release in 2024, but there is no specific date.
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