Directed by Peter Segal, written by Jon and Eric Hoeber and starring Dave Bautista Cole Coleman My Spy, it is an American action-comedy movie that reappears in theaters just a week before its theatrical release.
Initially, it was scheduled to launch in August 2019, but due to post-production delays, it was moved to early 2020 and now due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the release date is until April 2020. It has been further delayed.
There are a lot of rumors about the plot, the cast, and all the confusion about My Spy’s delayed release date, don’t worry that we’ve collected all the recent updates on the movie, and we’ll cover those reports in this article.
Here is everything you need to know about My Spy.
The plot of the movie
My Spy is an American action comedy film that follows the story of a strong CIA investigator (JJ) and a 9-year-old Sophie who surprised the CIA by spying on her family. In exchange for revealing her identity, JJ agrees to teach the girl how to spy on someone. As before, it seems like an easy one soon becomes difficult because Sophie proves most of the time that she doesn’t need a lot of experience to get a CIA agent.
The cast of My Spy?
The cast for My Spy includes the following artists:
- Dave Bautista as JJ
- Kristen Schaal as Bobbi Ault
- Chloe Coleman as Sophie Newton
- Ken Jeong as Kim Trang
- Parisa Fitz-Henley as Kate Newton
- Greg Bryk as Marquez
- Devere Rogers as Carlos
- Olivia Depatie as Carlos
- Keller Viaene as Emmy
Release date of My Spy
The movie was previously released on August 23, 2019, but due to some post-production delays, it was moved to early 2020, releasing on March 7, 2020, but more recently it has been changed to April 17, 2020, due to the Covid-19 epidemic. However, the film was released in Australia on January 9, 2020, and Great Britain on March 13, 2020, and has received a very good response from the public and critics.
The film has received somewhat from critics and enthusiasts. On Rotten Tomatoes, the film received 53% recognition and on IMDb, the film received 5.5 / 10. And some top UK and Australian critics have given it an average movie rating.
What will be the response of the audience from other regions, so we will have to wait until April 17, 2020, for this?