|Directed by||:||Michael Dowse||Produced by||:||John Francis Daley, Jonathan Goldstein||Based on||:||Tripper Clancy||Starring||:||Karen Gillan, Dave Bautista, Steve Howey||Production company||:||Twentieth Century Fox||Country||:||United States|
Stuber is a 2019 Twentieth Century Fox It was already drawing our attention that a film has not yet been made in which a taxi driver from an app is directly involved in the story they tell us. And our prayers (?) Have already been heard. In 'Stuber: Crazy at the wheel' we will see Kumail Nanjiani and Dave Bautista cross their paths and get entangled in a criminal pursuit. One of them is a taxi driver and the other is a policeman (I think we can guess who does what, right?).
Indeed, Bautista is Vic Manning, a strong policeman in search of a dangerous murderer, who runs into Stu, Nanjiani's character, through a taxi application (hence, the title), and asks him to help him in his research, because recently they have operated on the eye and therefore can not handle. From this point on, many situations will happen between funny and risky, especially by the meeting of two very different personalities (in addition to the obvious physical differences).
The film comes from the director Michael Dowse, and the cast is completed by Natalie Morales, Betty Gilpin, Jimmy Tatro, Mira Sorvino, as well as Bautista's companion in 'Guardians of the Galaxy', Kare Gillian, and Iko Uwais, well-known Indonesian actor and martial arts fighter. The premiere of the tape is scheduled for July of this year in the United States, meanwhile we are waiting for the trailer.
It's a good time to be Kumail Nanjiani. The actor has had a series of premieres and signings followed. On the one hand an episode of Twilight Zone. And on the other the confirmations in Any Person, Living or Dead, by Legendary Pictures; and the Stuber and The Lovebirds films that had good receptions at CinemaCon.
The last thing we know is that the Silicon Valley actor would be considered for a role in The Eternals, along with the already confirmed Angelina Jolie. The film, based on a 1976 comic by Jack Kirby, would be produced by Kevin Feige and written by Matthew and Ryan Firpo.