American espionage thriller All The Old Knives is arriving on the streaming service Amazon Prime Video soon, It stars Wonder Woman, Jack Ryan: The shadow recruit fame, Chris Pine.
Chris will be seen essaying a central intelligence agency’s secret agent who is now geared up to round up his old flame Celia Harrison, a former CIA agent who double-crossed the agency.
Amazon Prime Release Date
Chris Pine starrer went on the floors in Dec 2020 and concluded the principal shooting in March 2021. The film is now set to release in limited theatres and will premiere on the digital platform Amazon Prime Video on 8 April 2022 for the global audience.
Star Cast of All The Old Knives
Chris Pine will be portraying the protagonist Henry Pelham CIA agent who meets his past girlfriend Celia Harrison over a sumptuous dinner (Portrayed by Golden Globe award Nominee Thandiwe Newton), It was later unearthed that she swindle them on Flight 127 hijack which caused the death of all passengers on board.
Other actors Laurence Fishburne, Jonathan Pryce, Gala Gordon, Corey Johnson, Colin Stinton, Ahd Kamel (Laila Maroof), and David Bedella (Drew Favreau) will be seen playing the pivotal roles.
Makers unveiled the official trailer of All The Old Knives on social media platforms on March 3(Thursday), and as per the trailer, Chris Pine is meeting his girlfriend over a lavish dinner to reminisce their past memories, as they went on, it was later discovered that her past flame is the one which led to the hijacking of flight 127 in Vienna on which the all the passengers on board had died.
The actress Thandiwe Newton is playing a former CIA agent who retired from the agency five years ago so as to raise her children.
Watch the Trailer
All The Old Knives Makers
All the old knives are based on the best-selling novel of the same name written by Olen Steinhauer, directed by Janus Metz Pedersen, and bankrolled by Mark Gordon, Steve Schwartz, Paula Mae Schwartz, Nick Wechsler, and Matt Jackson under the banner Chockstone Pictures and Jackson Pictures.
On the technical front, Charlotte Bruus and Christensen lensed the camera, Mark Eckersley has done the editing and the music is given by Jon Ekstrand, Rebecca Karijord.