Michael B. Jordan’s ‘Rainbow Six’ Finds a Pair of Writers

Though the John Krasinski-led Jack Ryan series will come to an end following its fourth season, the future of the Clancyverse continues to look bright. In January, Amazon announced it was moving forward with an adaptation of Tom Clancy‘s Rainbow Six, to be directed by Chad Stahelski, as a follow-up to 2021’s Without Remorse, which starred Michael B. Jordan as John Kelly. Now things are prepped to heat up as the project has found its co-writers.

Daniel Fajemisin-Duncan and Marlon Smith, who co-wrote 2013’s British TV series Run, have signed on to write Rainbow Six, according to THR. Unlike its predecessor, Rainbow Six is expected to debut in theaters.

Source: THR

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