Penned by the writer of American Sniper and directed by the person behind Netflix series Fauda, Centineo’s new movie will star the actor as the titular valet who gets more than he bargained for when he parks a car for a government agent and ends up taking down an international arms dealer. Casual!
How Centineo pulling a James Bond-lite on a gun runner will jibe with the film’s promised “love story” is unclear, but if Condor isn’t too busy, I vote we reunite the couple and make them the next Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan for the action set.
Then again, Condor just might be too busy to tackle this role. Next up for the actress is a role wielding a sword on SYFY's Deadly Class, a teen drama that takes place at prep school King's Dominion. Except, it's not college these kids are preparing for, but death-defying battles and assassinations. Check out the trailer for the upcoming series below as a reminder why you should probably avoid getting on Condor's bad side.
Deadly Class heads to TV in 2019.
While we're all patiently waiting for word of a To All The Boys sequel, perhaps we should put a reboot of Mr. & Mrs. Smith, starring Centineo and Condor, in the works? Mostly, I just need to know who would win in a fight.
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