Russo Bros. Pizza Film School episode 2 details revealed
After last week's premiere of the Instagram TV series Russo Bros. Film School, in which successful directors spread love for classic films and local pizzerias, while film lovers are stuck at home during the pandemic and have guests join them at their shows.
Our second time #RussianBrosPizzaFilmSchool the discussion will be published on IGTV AMANHÃ (22/05) at 12:00 pmPT. Do you have any questions about the #MovieoftheWeek, RONIN, directed by John Frankenheimer, do you want Bros and M&M to discuss? Leave them in a comment below … pic.twitter.com/Ns0tNZ7Luw
– Russo Brothers (@Russo_Brothers) May 21, 2020
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This week's mission for the Avengers directors is John Frankenheimer's 1998 action thriller Ronin, which is available for purchase on Amazon on here! The film, starring Robert De Niro (Joker), follows a woman who brings together a team of experts to steal a valuable briefcase, the content of which is a mystery. The international team includes Sam (De Niro), a former intelligence officer, Vincent (Jean Reno), Gregor (Stellan Skarsgård) and others, but as their operation begins, several members of the team are considered untrustworthy and all they must complete the mission with a close eye on each other.
Guests for the second episode include screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, who are behind many of the biggest projects in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, including Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Civil War, Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame, all led by the Russians.
As partners of AGBO, the collective of artists founded by Russians, Markus, McFeely and Co-Presidents of History, is shepherding a growing list of titles, with script projects for the studio, including an adaptation of The Electric State, a series of Simon Stålenhag's TV based on the police novels by Brandstetter, by Joseph Hansen, and executive producer at City of a Million Soldiers, Mosul, by Matthew Michael Carnahan, and Exit West, by Jessica Goldberg.
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The next episode of Russo Bros. Pizza Film School will air on Friday, May 22, at noon PST, on Instagram TV.