Paramount’s adaptation of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six novel has formally discovered its director, with The Hollywood Reporter noting that Chad Stahelski is ready to step behind the digicam.
The director of the John Wick motion pictures will now helm the newest Clancy-based motion movie, which can even star Michael B. Jordan within the lead function. This would be the follow-up to the 2021 motion thriller With out Regret, which additionally starred Jordan as John T. Clark, a personality that’s been featured all through lots of Tom Clancy’s novels.
In response to the report, Jordan will as soon as once more be taking part in the Navy Seal-turned-CIA operative John T. Clark, who was the lead character within the With out Regret and Rainbow Six novels. At present, no plot particulars are recognized, however the report does point out that Paramount plans on releasing Rainbow Six theatrically, in contrast to With out Regret, which the corporate moved to Amazon to launch as a streaming unique in 2021.
For Stahelski, that is one more large movie in a litany of main initiatives he’ll direct sooner or later. Following 2023’s John Wick: Chapter 4, Stahelski can also be set to direct a movie adaptation of Ghost of Tsushima sooner or later sooner or later. The director has additionally been linked to a remake of Highlander that’s set to star Henry Cavill, and he’ll additionally act as a producer on the upcoming John Wick spin-off movie Ballerina.
For Jordan, this will probably be his subsequent movie following the upcoming Creed III, the place he’ll reprise the function of Adonis “Donnie” Creed.