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Russo Brothers Respond to ISIS Death Threats Against ‘Mosul’ Cast Following Netflix Success – IndieWire

“Mosul” launched on Netflix around Thanksgiving and became one of the streamer’s most viewed movies in Europe and the Middle East.

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Joe and Anthony Russo are speaking out about their Netflix action project “Mosul” in the wake of its cast members reportedly receiving death threats from ISIS. “Mosul,” produced by the Russo brothers and directed by Matthew Michael Carnahan, premiered November 26, 2020 on Netflix and went on to become one of the streamer’s most viewed movies in Europe and the Middle East. Starring Suhail Dabbach and Adam Bessa, “Mosul” is an Iraqi Arabic-language war thriller that follows a SWAT police team’s mission…

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