Ali reveals ‘Codename Johnny Walker’ delayed | The Asian Age Online, Bangladesh
Actor Ali Fazal, on his birthday revealed that work on his next, ‘Codename Johnny Walker’, will have to wait, at least until the UK opens up from its current, pandemic induced lockdown. Ali was recently seen in Amazon Prime original ‘Mirzapur 2’.
Ali is also looking forward to his upcoming Hollywood project, ‘Codename: Johnny Walker’. He will essay the titular role in the film that is based on the interpreter for the US Navy Seals on missions across Iraq, ‘Johnny Walker’. “I had two projects that were to start in January and February respectively. But, UK is in lockdown again, and some of our cast members, including those who featured in ‘Game of Thrones’, reside there.
Filming this movie will demand a bio-bubble. Our locations are not restricted to America or the UK alone, since it is based [on the] Iraq War. Locales will need to bezeroed in on with precision. The project has been pushed to the end of the year. We should be able to roll in September,” he told Mid Day.
He is also all set for the release of ‘Death on the Nile’, the mystery thriller helmed by Kenneth Branagh. About the release of ‘Death on the Nile’, Ali told the tabloid, “James Bond has been deferred, and so has Black Widow. We are now eyeing a September release, which is the hot season for big films. The team is confident of the movie. We have shot it on film. It is apt for the 70-mm experience.”