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The director Peter Berg and actor Mark Wahlberg complement each other, and from a long time ago continue a partnership that now goes to Netflix with ‘Spencer Confidential‘. This new action-comedy reunites the team after four films in what appears to be a project more fun and light, as Berg already pointed out the character of Wahlberg, Spencer’s, you will get more of a bash.
A new reinterpretation of the character
Mixing adrenaline with an acid humour, ‘Spencer Confidential‘ board to Mark Wahlberg with Winston Duke, Alan Arkin, Iliza Shlesinger, Post Malone, Marc Maron and Bokeem Woodbine. With a dash of Sean O’keefe and Brian Helgeland. The Spencer’s of Whalberg is the same of the series ‘Spencer Private Detective‘, because the film is inspired by the character of the novels of Robert B. Parker and Ace Atkins.
The synopsis official of the movie you plan that all lights seems like a buddy movie classic and reads: “Spencer, a former police officer known to cause more problems than it solves, just got out of prison and is about to leave Boston forever. But, just before, his former coach boxing and mentor Henry manages to convince him to help him with a rookie is very promising.“
“The name of his companion is a Hawk, a MMA fighter daring and, quite bluntly, has no doubt that it will become a better opponent than Spencer’s. But, after the mysterious murder of two of his former colleagues, Spencer asks for help to Hawk and his ex, Cissy to investigate and bring the guilty to justice.”As Deadline pointed out in 2018, Netflix came to an agreement with Wahlberg, Berg and the heritage of Robert B. Parker to make a series of films around Spencer. This comes the March 6 platform.
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January 21, 2020