Guy Ritchie | Filming wraps on director’s latest action movie

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Filming has wrapped on Guy Ritchie’s latest, curiously untitled action movie, which stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Henry Cavill and Eiza Gonzalez.

It’s been a busy year for director Guy Ritchie, with two films bearing his name emerging in 2023. We’ve had the knockabout action comedy Operation Fortune: Ruse De Guerre, and the more serous war drama, modestly titled Guy Ritchie’s The Covenant.

While we were watching those, Ritchie was out in Spain shooting his latest action film, which stars Jake Gyllenhaal (who worked with Ritchie on The Covenant) and Henry Cavill (who previously worked with Ritchie on The Man From U.N.C.L.E.).

Curiously, the project doesn’t have a title, even though Deadline reports that shooting has wrapped and the film rights have already been sold to distributors around the world. (IMDb simply lists it as Untitled Guy Ritchie’s Action Movie.)

Also according to Deadline, the story behind Ritchie’s mystery film is “being kept under wraps,” but the outlet adds that the plot “has an element of The Expendables to it.”

It’s worth pointing out that this is a separate project from The Ministry Of Ungentlemanly Warfare, an action spy film also directed (and co-written) by Ritchie, and which also stars Cavill. Eiza Gonzalez, who previously appeared in the likes of Baby Driver, Hobbs & Shaw and Alita: Battle Angel, also appears in both. Yes, we were a bit confused at first too.

Just to underline how busy Ritchie is, filming reportedly wrapped on The Ministry Of Ungentlemanly Warfare in April this year, only for principal photography to start on his next project (the untitled one) a matter of weeks later. We dread to think how much coffee he must have to drink to keep up with all these productions.

We’ll bring you more news on this important story – and whether it ever gets a new title, or whether it’ll simply be released in cinemas as Untitled Guy Ritchie’s Action Movie – as we get it.

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