Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan — Official Trailer

source:   www.amazon.com

added: Mon, Jun 11th '18

John Krasinski's boring desk job at the CIA just got a whole lot more dangerous.

Check out the new official trailer for Amazon's upcoming original series, which casts "A Quiet Place" star as the younger version of author Tom Clancy's fictional CIA hero Jack Ryan.

Set in modern times and dealing with modern-day threats, Tom Clancy's "Jack Ryan" is a reinvention of the CIA icon, depicting him in his early years as a young, brilliant CIA office analyst who, after uncovering a major terrorist plot, is assigned his first ever field assignment.

While working under the supervision of veteran CIA deputy director James Greer (played here by "The Wire" and "Suits" actor Wendell Pierce), Ryan (Krasinski) is sent to investigate terrorist activity in Europe and the Middle East as they race to prevent a global attack from happening.

Abbie Cornish, the Australian-born actress from "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri " and "Sucker Punch," also stars in the Amazon series as Ryan's girlfriend (and future wife) Cathy Mueller.

Executive produced and written by Carlton Cuse (Lost, Bates Motel) and Graham Roland (Lost, Fringe), "Jack Ryan" will run for eight episodes with the first hour installment directed by acclaimed helmer Morten Tyldum (The Imitation Game, Passengers).

The series, which co-stars Dina Shihabi and Ali Suliman and features guest appearances by Timothy Hutton and Peter Fonda, will premiere exclusively on Amazon Prime beginning Friday, August 31st.

synopsis:
Jack Ryan, an up-and-coming CIA analyst, is thrust into a dangerous field assignment for the first time. He soon uncovers a pattern in terrorist communication that launches him into the center of a dangerous gambit with a new breed of terrorism that threatens destruction on a global scale.

 

directed by   Morten Tyldum (pilot)

starring   John Krasinski, Wendell Pierce, Abbie Cornish, Dina Shihabi, Ali Suliman, Timothy Hutton, Peter Fonda

release date   August 31, 2018 (on Amazon Prime)

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