Now we will have in the Netflix catalog the adaptation of The Old Guard in feature format with Charlize Theron at the head and the spirit of Greg Rucka's comic book intact thanks to the people responsible for the production.
In a new video with the film's leaders and Greg Rucka himself, we talk about how the comic book story has been moved to this new film, making it clear that the original material has been respected but that we will also see expected novelties for how different both formats are.
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Warrior Andy (Charlize Theron) has been at the forefront of a secret commando of mercenaries mysteriously unable to die for centuries. Together, they protect the world from mortals. During an emergency mission, his extraordinary abilities come to light. Andy and Nile (Kiki Layne), the newest recruit, will neutralize those who seek to replicate and monetize their power at any cost. 'The Old Guard', based on Greg Rucka's acclaimed graphic novel and directed by Gina Prince-Bythewood ('Love & Basketball', 'Beyond the Lights'), is a bragged, blunt, action-packed story that proves immortality is tougher than it looks.
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In the video, we can see vignettes next to its film adaptation. Alongside these scenes, we see statements by Rucka, author of The Old Guard and screenwriter of the film, director Gina Prince-Bythewood, artist Leandro Fernández and the protagonist, Charlize Theron.
Netflix has been very interested in adapting great benchmarks of the graphic novel and comics for a while. A few months ago we saw the premiere of Locke & Key, the play of Joe Hill whose series already has a second season underway after the welcome of the first.