Netflix launched today some first-look pictures of their upcoming action-comedy The Man From Toronto. The movie is set to premiere in late June, and it brings Woody Harrelson (The Cravings Games trilogy) and Kevin Hart (Jumanji: The Next Level) together. In the story, the world’s most dangerous assassin faces New york city’s biggest error after their identities get mixed-up in an Airbnb. Herrelson actioned in after Jason Statham (Quick & Furious Provides: Hobbs & Shaw) left the task in 2020.

The images tease some circumstances we’ve concerned anticipate from this kind of story: As Hart’s character is a common person tossed into a life-or-death circumstance, he’ll do his best to endure it and make us laugh aloud while doing so. The function mirrors a personality that Harts played in other action-comedies such as Central Intelligence and Flight Along. As the title assassin, Harrelson will need to secure Harts character and embody a more severe person whose character will encounter Hart’s. And he’ll definitely need security and all the training he can get, as the images display the numerous circumstances they’ll be going through, like flying a helicopter, battling some bad people in health clubs and basements. So we can anticipate some amusing small talk to be traded in between the 2, which is the kind of interaction these flicks generally lean on.

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The images likewise expose Kaley Cuoco (The Big Bang Theory) and Jasmine Mathews (The Tomorrow War) appearing like they simply went through a bottle of red wine in a dining establishment. Their functions in the story haven’t been revealed yet. The cast likewise includes Lela Loren (American Gods), Pierson Fode (Dynasty), Jencarlos Canela (Telenovela), and Ellen Barkin (Animal Kingdom).

The Man From Toronto is directed by Patrick Hughes, who doubles down on the action-comedy category after directing the effective The Hit man’s Bodyguard and its follow up Hit man’s Better half’s Bodyguard. The movie script is written by Robbie Fox (So I Weding an Axe Killer) and Chris Bremmer (Bad Kids for Life).

The movie belongs to a first-look offer that Netflix signed with Sony, which wound up pulling the title from a theatrical release in favor of a streming-exclusive best. The offer likewise has the studio business producing special material for Netflix, along with providing theatrical releases in the very first pay-TV window. In addition, the offer enables Netflix to run choose Sony titles in its brochure.

Netflix premieres The Man from Toronto on June 24.