The new Rainbow Six film will work as a sequel to ‘Without Remorse’ and will once again feature Michael B. Jordan in his role as John Clark. Paramount plans to release it in theaters.
Chad Stahelski, the director of the John Wick saga , will direct the next Rainbow Six movie . This has been confirmed by The Hollywood Reporter in an article in which the film will be produced by Paramount Pictures and will star Michael B. Jordan as John Clark.
The truth is that there has been talk since 2018 about a film adaptation of Rainbow Six by Paramount Pictures, although it has not been until now that more details have been provided about the professionals who will be involved in the project. It should be noted that the first Rainbow Six -inspired film , No Regrets , was released last year on Amazon Prime Video with Jordan as the lead and had a rather mixed reception from the public.
No Regrets was posed to be an origin film, so Stahelski’s film will work as a kind of sequel in which Jordan will reprise his role as Clark. Unlike No Regrets, which was released on the streaming platform due to the pandemic caused by COVID, the new film will be released in theaters, although at the moment we do not know details such as the plot or the release date.
Stahelski seems to have gotten a taste for video game adaptations. In addition to the new Rainbow Six movie, the filmmaker is deep in production on an adaptation of Ghost of Tsushima, the latest samurai-themed video game published by Sucker Punch. We know some very interesting details about this latest project, such as the fact that it will be shot entirely in Japanese and will feature a cast mostly from the Land of the Rising Sun. “It’s a Japanese story about the Mongols invading the island of Tsushima so there must be a full Japanese cast and it must be shot in Japanese. Sony has agreed to back us on this,” the director said.