Heart of Stone: Fifty Shades of Grey Star Jamie Dornan Joins Gal Gadot in Netflix’s Upcoming Spy Thriller

Gal Gadot is one of the most known and one of the busiest stars in Hollywood. After starting her Hollywood career in 2009’s Fast & Furious, she earned global fame after she was cast for the role of Wonder Woman in DCEU. Since then, her career isn’t slowing down. Last year she starred in Netflix’s blockbuster Red Notice alongside Dwayne Johnson and Ryan Reynolds. Now, Netflix is set to begin production on the new potential franchise-starter — Heart of Stone — in which Gadot will star alongside Jaime Dornan, as Variety recently confirmed.

Jamie Dornan is probably best known for the role of Christian Grey in the controversial erotic movie Fifty Shades of Grey and its two sequels. All three movies received negative reviews, although the trilogy was, surprisingly, a box office success. Dornan also starred as Paul Spector in all three seasons of the crime thriller series The Fall. And he also played The Huntsman in nine episodes of ABC’s known series Once Upon A Time.

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Skydance and Netflix are developing the international spy movie Heart of Stone hoping that it would start a new franchise for the streaming service. Gal Gadot’s latest movie Red Notice was the biggest success for Netflix so far, and two sequels were recently announced. Heart of Stone is set to start production soon, and some reports are saying that Gadot already signed the multi-picture deal.

Gadot and Dornan are the only confirmed actors for Heart of Stone so far. The movie is described as a Bond-like international spy thriller. The plot is kept under wraps, and the release date is also unknown. We don’t know much about this movie, but Netflix is certainly planning to potentially launch a new action franchise with this movie.

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