New Delhi: Hollywood stars Tom Hardy and Channing Tatum are going to be featured in a film which is about the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan. According to Deadline, Universal has initially undertaken the untitled project, which is going to be directed by George Nolfi of The Adjustment Bureau fame.
In view of recently reported true stories, the film is going to follow three former special forces members who bounce back again into the fight along with their Afghan fellow partners, to protect families and allies abandoned in the midst of the quick fall of Afghanistan to Taliban in August this year.
Tom Hardy recently featured in Venom: Let There Be Carnage, the sequel of his 2018 hit film Venom and will next star in Gareth Evan’s Netflix thriller Havoc.
Tatum will before long be showing up in the upcoming movie Dog, which is a comedy movie that he is co-directing along with Reid Carolin. He will likewise star opposite Oscar winner Sandra Bullock in ‘The Lost City.’