After Altered Carbon Season 3 Cancellation, Anthony Mackie signed as Lead in Netflix Thriller ‘The Ogun’

While fans were pretty shocked and disheartened after the popular sci-fi series Altered Carbon was canceled just after a two seasons run, it seems like the streaming giant is bringing one of the lead actors from that show yet again but for a different project altogether!

Anthony Mackie Is All Set To Star In Netflix’s Upcoming Thriller, The Ogun.

Fans are going to see Avengers star Anthony Mackie yet again as the actor will produce and star in Netflix’s upcoming action-adventure The Ogun. The plot summary has also resurfaced and here’s what it is going to be about!

The Upcoming Thriller Is In Early Stages Of Development!

The upcoming Netflix project will be seeing Anthony Mackie will take on the role of  Xavier Rhodes, in the upcoming Netflix thriller in the lead role as he takes his teenage daughter to Nigeria. He travels all the way to find a cure for the rare genetically modified condition that he passed on to her daughter. However, the story takes an unexpected turn when his daughter is kidnapped, the father goes on a rather dangerous mission through the dark world of crime to rescue her all before things go out of control.

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While no director’s name has been announced for the project as it is still in the early stages of development. We will soon get to see who is going to be directing this upcoming Netflix project. Fans are going to see a whole lot of Anthony Mackie as he is also all set to star in Disney+ much-awaited Marvel series as home other than Sam Wilson in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier series as well.

The Avengers Star Has Signed Quite A Few Projects Ahead!

Netflix will be streaming quite a few upcoming projects starring the Avengers actor alongside Amy Adams,  in an upcoming psychological thriller titled The Woman in the Window which is yet to start production. It seems like a lot is going on for the actor in this coming year.

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