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Here Are the Release Dates of The Spy Triller, All the Old Knives Starring Chris Pine and Thandiwe Newton

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Amazon Prime Videos has produced enough interesting content to entertain its subscribers and they are now back to add one more promising film to the list. The streamer has just announced that they will be presenting a new action-thriller mystery film with the title All the Old Knives. The film will arrive on Prime Video and in select theaters across the United States starting April 8.

The film is an adaptation of author Olen Steinhauer’s spy novel (The Tourist, An American Spy) originally published in 2015. Steinhauer will also be in charge of writing the screenplay for the upcoming film. Under the direction of Danish filmmaker Janus Metz (Armadillo, Heartbound –A Different Kind of Love Story), the cast for this film is Chris PineThandiwe Newton, Laurence Fishburne, and Jonathan Pryce.

All the Old Knives The story is set in a leak of information that caused the deaths of more than 100 people. Bringing in their most trusted and experienced agent, the CIA assigns Henry Pelham (Pine) with the task of finding enemy spies who are among themselves. Knowing the traitor had come from Pelham’s time at the representative office in Vienna helped him a little. As many of these agents have spread all over the world, From Austria to England and even California, the agent continues to follow in the defector’s footsteps.

While in California, he finds himself reconnecting with his former lover and partner, Celia Harrison (Newton). As things began to heat up between the two, Pelham found himself questioning everything he thought he knew. All the Old Knives sure to keep audiences in their seats with countless twists and surprises, action-packed moments and dangerous characters.

To accompany the release of the film, Amazon Prime Video also released a simple poster. Although it doesn’t say much, other than the name of the cast, R rating, and the names of the director, Janus Metz, and writer, Olen Steinhauer, the picture is enough to emphasize the tone of the film. In bold white letters on a black background, the title of the film catches attention and gives it a certain seriousness.

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