The Man From Toronto: Cast, Trailer, and Everything You Need to Know

The magic of a good action movie with friends cannot be overstated. It’s a hoot to see two random strangers working together towards a common goal while wreaking havoc simultaneously. It’s a formula that Kevin Hart also seems to have mastered. The comic legend is familiar with the genre after movies like ‘Ride Along’, ‘Central Intelligence’ and ‘Get Hard’.

There’s more to come for those who enjoyed Hart’s previous outings with friends. The Man from Toronto,” directed by Patrick Hughes, has wrapped filming and is now ready for distribution. The Hitman’s Bodyguard, starring Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson, was directed by Hughes.

His return to the Friends films, along with Hart’s, ensures the film has two genre pros to ensure its success. Due to recent events, the production of “The Man from Toronto” has been difficult. Although we have very little information on the film at the moment, there is enough here for us to get an idea of ​​what it is. What we know about “The Man from Toronto” so far is summarized below.

The cast of The Man from Toronto

Director Patrick Hughes (Red Hill, The Expendables 3 and both Hitman’s Bodyguard films) is behind this film.

Jason Blumenthal’s only other writing credit is creating the story for Pauly Shore’s 1990s movie Bio-Dome (weird!). Robbie Fox and Jason Blumenthal collaborated on the story for this film. In addition to directing, Fox wrote the script for the film. Ramin Djawadi (Game of Thrones and Westworld) and Rob Hardy (Ex Machina, Annihilation and Mission: Impossible – Fallout) are both the composers of the film’s soundtrack, which will be composed by Djawadi. The production team includes Blumenthal, Steve Tisch and Todd Black.

Originally, Jason Statham (Crank, Fast & Furious 7) was to play the title character but walked away from the project a few weeks before filming because he disagreed with the tone and rating of the film. According to reports, Statham wanted the film to be rated R, but the studio preferred PG-13 as a more family-friendly option. Woody Harrelson replaced him, and he will star alongside Kevin Hart, who plays the clumsy assassin who is mistaken for the real killer in the film. Seven other actors join Kaley Cuoco in the cast: Pierson Fodé; Jasmine Mathews; Ellen Barkin; Lela Loren; and Kate Drummond and Tomohisa Yamashita

What is the story behind “The Man from Toronto”?

The lack of trailers for “The Man from Toronto” means very little information is available about the film’s plot. Teddy (Hart), dubbed “New York’s biggest screw-up,” is mistaken for “the man from Toronto” at an Airbnb and has to deal with the fallout. According to Deadline, the two must work together to “save the day.”

It’s a good starting point, but it doesn’t give us a clear picture of what “The Man from Toronto” is. How Teddy and The Man from Toronto end up fighting him is a mystery. We don’t even know how they became partners in the first place. Most of the time, getting caught by a trained killer because you were mistaken for someone else at an Airbnb is an unusual outcome.

Sony has until the end of January to provide more details on the game. While we wait for answers, “The Man from Toronto” will remain an enigma. Even though the movie doesn’t live up to the hype, it has a solid cast and a gripping story.


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