The Grand Theft Lotto forged and director wield toy weapons within the first take a look at the wacky movie. The upcoming action-comedy was introduced earlier this month with Peacemaker‘s John Cena and Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings duo Simu Liu and Awkwafina main its star-studded forged. The film, which was developed for Prime Video, is directed by Paul Feig.
Now, a couple of weeks after the challenge was introduced, Grant Theft Lotto has formally began its first week of manufacturing and shared a first-look picture, which will be seen under:
Shared by Prime Video on Twitter, the primary look Grant Theft Lotto picture reveals Cena, Awkwafina, and Feig putting a spy pose and wielding wacky toy weapons. The picture, which Liu is noticeably absent from, was captioned with an ideal nickname for the 2 stars, “AwkwaCENA.”
Every part We Know About Grand Theft Lotto
Grant Theft Lotto boasts a enjoyable and distinctive premise revolving round a contest referred to as the Grand Lottery, set throughout an “economically challenged California” within the very close to future. The principles of the competitors state that if one kills the lottery winner earlier than sunset, they’re legally allowed to assert their prize. The movie follows Awkwafina’s character who, after ending up with a profitable ticket, employs the companies of a jackpot protector performed by Cena, who should fend off a rival protector performed by Liu. Grant Theft Lotto is written by Outdoors the Wire‘s Rob Yescombe.
With Cena, Liu, and Awkwafina starring and Feig directing, the action-comedy is led by an array of style regulars. Cena is understood for his efficiency as Peacemaker, whereas Liu and Awkwafina beforehand starred collectively in Shang-Chi. Feig is without doubt one of the most completed comedic administrators working immediately, recognized for his varied collaborations with Melissa McCarthy together with Bridesmaids, The Warmth, Spy, and Ghostbusters. With such a wacky premise and proficient crew behind it, Grant Theft Lotto ought to make for a enjoyable, action-packed flick at any time when it hits Prime Video.
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