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Eiza González stars as cunning spy in Guy Ritchie’s “The Ministry Of Ungentlemanly Warfare”

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Eiza González stars as cunning spy in Guy Ritchie’s “The Ministry Of Ungentlemanly Warfare”

Mexican actress Eiza González stars as a cunning spy in Guy Ritchie’s latest film “The Ministry Of Ungentlemanly Warfare,” alongside Henry Cavill, Babs Olusanmokun, and Alan Ritchson. In a recent interview from New York, González shared that she fought to be considered for the character, breaking the mold of casting expectations for the role. With a focus on mastering a British accent from the 1940s, González worked with language and dialect coaches to bring authenticity to her character Marjorie.

Inspired by real events, the film delves into the world of a secret WWII fighting organization created by UK Prime Minister Winston Churchill. González’s character, Marjorie, is portrayed as a strong and intelligent spy, similar to a female James Bond, working alongside another spy named Heron played by Babs Olusanmokun. The on-screen chemistry between González and Olusanmokun is evident, setting the tone for the film’s mix of action, comedy, and suspense.

The production, mainly shot in Turkey, features elaborate set designs including a luxurious passenger train and a navy created from scratch. González expressed her love for the detailed wardrobe and vintage aesthetics of the film, capturing the essence of the era. With a talented team behind the scenes, including costume designer Loulou Bontemps and makeup artist Jacqueline Russon, the authenticity of the production shines through.

Having previously worked with Guy Ritchie on “The Man From UNCLE,” González is set to star in two more films with the renowned director. González praised Ritchie’s creative vision and collaborative approach, highlighting the fun and playful atmosphere he creates on set. As filming continues for their upcoming projects, González is excited to work alongside Ritchie and showcase her range as an actress in the historical dark comedy genre.

As “The Ministry Of Ungentlemanly Warfare” hits theaters in the United States, audiences can expect a thrilling and entertaining spy film that blends historical events with a touch of humor, all brought to life by the talented cast and crew led by González and Ritchie.

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