The producers of Salman Khan’s Tiger 3 have hired Chris Barnes, the action director of Avengers: Endgame, to elevate their spy universe.
The producers of the upcoming Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif film “Tiger 3” have hired renowned Hollywood action coordinator Chris Barnes, who previously worked on Marvel’s monumental smash “Avengers: Endgame.”
Chris Barnes is a seasoned action movie maker who specializes in marine action, according to his bio.
Chris has also contributed to major Hollywood blockbusters like Avengers: Infinity War, The Bourne Ultimatum, I Am Legend, Joker, Doctor Strange, and Spider-Man: Far From Home.
A source said: “YRF Spy Universe is the coolest film franchise that we have in India today and Tiger 3 will bring its own, unique flavor to the spy franchise that will be remarkably distinct from Pathaan or War franchises.”
“Action is the mainstay for these action entertainers and of course, YRF and Maneesh Sharma are going to go all out to give audiences a film that they won’t forget! Such moves only indicate their intention to give people a never seen before theatrical experience.”
‘Tiger 3’ is part of the fabled blockbuster generating YRF Spy Universe and is the third film from the Tiger franchise after two humongous hits Ek Tha Tiger and Tiger Zinda Hai. Tiger 3 also stars Katrina Kaif as super-spy Zoya and Emraan Hashmi as the villain. It is set to release this Diwali.
It was earlier reported that three action directors from across the world Franz Spilhaus, Parvez Shaikh and Se-yeong Oh are conceptualising the action sequence featuring Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan in ‘Tiger 3’.
In ‘Pathaan,’ two super agents from YRF’s Spy Universe—’Tiger’ and ‘Pathaan’—crossed paths in a movie for the first time in the franchise’s history, the creators hope to make this scene even more fascinating and spectacular.
A source said: “We know that Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan are going to come together again in Tiger 3 and Aditya Chopra & director Maneesh Sharma are clear that the impact of this epic action sequence on the minds of audiences should be a few notches higher than what they saw in Pathaan!”