Agent Game star Katie Cassidy talks to ComicBookMovie.com’s Josh Wilding about her role in the riveting new spy thriller, revealing the preparation that went into the project, the complexities surrounding her character, and what it was like sharing the screen with Mel Gibson.
As well as breaking down her work in that project, Cassidy also reflects on The CW’s decision to not move ahead with Green Arrow and the Canaries, why she’s happy to leave Black Canary behind, and her hopes to star in a Call of Duty movie down the line.
Agent Game arrives in Theaters, Digital, and On-Demand on April 8, 2022.
In this riveting spy thriller, no one is safe. Harris (Dermot Mulroney), a CIA interrogator at an Agency black site, finds himself the target of a rendition operation after being scapegoated for an interrogation gone horribly wrong. As the team tasked to bring Harris in begins to question their orders — and each other —Olsen (Mel Gibson), a senior intelligence officer, and his subordinate, Visser (Annie Ilonzeh), raise the stakes. Now, it’s up to Harris and some newfound allies to uncover the truth and turn the tables.
Katie Cassidy has joined the cast of ‘Agent Game’.
The 34-year-old actress is the latest star to join an all-star ensemble for the spy thriller that also stars Dermot Mulroney, Mel Gibson, Katherine McNamara, Rhys Coiro, and Annie Ilonzeh.
Grant S. Johnson is directing the indie flick with Mike Langer and Tyler W. Konney writing the script.
Gibson has a minor role as an intelligence official in charge of the covert operation to hunt down the disgraced spy.
Konney is producing the flick for the Taylor & Dodge production banner, which is also handling worldwide sales.