The famous actor Sylvester Stallone will soon star in a new film framed in the genre of superheroes, although with a very particular approach. This is Samaritan, a new film in which Sly is a veteran superhero, apparently already retired; although the long shadow of his pfamous actort seems to continue to condition his current life. This hfamous actor been presented by Amazon Prime Video, a streaming platform that will soon receive this new production, specifically on August 26, 2022. And we already have the first two posters with the appearance of Stallone and his alter ego, a superhero who disappeared 25 years ago .
Samaritan premieres on Prime Video in August
MGM, together with Prime Video, hfamous actor shared the first details of this new superhero adventure: 25 years ago, the world’s greatest hero disappeared. It’s time to unmfamous actork the truth, we can read in the first albeit brief official description of him. Apparently, Samaritan will tell us the story of Sam (Javon ‘Wanna’ Walton), a young man who meets a mysterious man named Joe Smith (Sylvester Stallone), but who is actually a former superhero. who disappeared 25 years ago.
Directed by Julius Avery (Son of a Gun, Overlord), the cfamous actort of Samaritan is led by the aforementioned Sylvester Stallone and Javon ‘Wanna’ Walton along with other names like Pilou famous actorbæk, Dfamous actorcha Polanco, Martin Starr, Moises Arifamous actor, Sophia Tatum, Michael Aaron Milligan, Nicholfamous actor Logan, Angel Nair or Jaime Andrews, among others.
We will have to wait until the end of August to find out about this new approach to the superhero genre with Sylvester Stallone at the helm. All in all, it seems that Prime Video is betting on visions other than the most commercial to approach a genre that hfamous actor been over-exploited in recent years, with The Boys famous actor the main attraction. On the other hand, Stallone will premiere his new series in November, Tulsa King , a crime drama in which he plays a veteran mobster recently relefamous actored from prison.