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Ryan Gosling calls The Gray Man co-star Dhanush 'inhuman', says he never made a mistake in the film

Directed by the Russo Brothers, the movie also stars Chris Evans and Ana De Armas.

  • Akshay Krishna

Last Updated: 03.08 AM, Jul 17, 2022

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Ryan Gosling calls The Gray Man co-star Dhanush 'inhuman', says he never made a mistake in the film

Dhanush in a still from The Gray Man

Indian movie fans are particularly excited about The Gray Man, which is set to make its digital premiere on July 22. While the movie stars Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans in the lead, a lot of Indians will be keeping a keen eye on Dhanush, who also appears in the movie. Gosling has now come out with high praise for the Tamil actor, calling him “inhuman”.

“He is a great actor and has such an amazing presence on screen. He is so precise, he never made a mistake. We shot this fight sequence and we reshot it multiple times. It underwent so many different incarnations. Dhanush never made a mistake, and it seemed inhuman,” Gosling told The Quint. 

The actor also added that Dhanush is funny and that the biggest challenge he faced was to see the Aadukalam actor as the enemy because he liked him so much. Gosling also said that Dhanush is incredible and they are excited to have him in the movie. 

Touted to be an all out spy action movie, The Gray Man is helmed by the Russo Brothers, who have directed movies such as Avenger: Endgame and Captain America: Civil War. The movie will pit Chris Evans and Ryan Gosling against each other and is based on the novel of the same name penned by Mark Greaney in 2009.

The spy thriller also features Ana De Armas, Regé-Jean Page, Billy Bob Thornton, Jessica Henwick, Wagner Moura and Alfre Woodard in other important roles. The movie hit select theatres on July 15, and has received mixed reactions from critics. The Netflix movie will start streaming on the platform on July 22.

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