The new trailer which was released for Ryan Reynold’s coming back action flick ‘6 Underground’ showcases a variety of Abu Dhabi’s finest subject feats, from the Louvre to the Arab chief Zayed Grand house of prayer.
This film has shots of Abu Dhabi’s Liwa desert, Aldar HQ building, the Louvre Abu Dhabi museum, and the Sheikh Zayed Bridge with the famous tribal sheik Zayed Grand musjid silhouetted within the background.
This film is the Netflix’s most expensive thus far, with a budget of $150 million (Dh396.84 million) which comes up to $10 million more than the budget of Netflix’s star-studded ‘The Irishmen’, directed by Martin Scorcese and starring Robert De Niro and Al Pacino, that premiered last week at the big apple festival.
Directed by archangel Bay, ‘6 Underground’ filmed for 30 days in the UAE last year, also visiting Sharjah and Ras Al Khaimah. The production worked in tandem bicycle with twofour54 national capital.
Other Hollywood titles that have recorded within the capital embrace ‘Mission: not possible Fallout’, ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’, ‘Furious 7’ and Netflix’s ‘War Machine’.
“We are delighted to examine national capital another time that includes thus conspicuously in an exceedingly major international production. It was a pleasure to welcome Netflix back to our Emirate and to support such a sleek and seamless shoot,” aforesaid Maryam Eid AlMheiri, vice-chair of twofour54. ‘6 Underground’ can unharness on December thirteen on the streaming platform. It follows six of those who pretend their deaths to travel when baddies undetected.
Ryan Reynolds is going to do his Ryan Reynolds thing, Melanie Laurent is here looking hot and dangerous, there will be a lot of explosions, nothing will make sense, and if we’re lucky Michael Bay will restrain himself to only one up-angle shot of women’s asses. Reynold tells his group “An area of being dead is that the liberty. No policies or politics.”