‘My Spy The Eternal City’ Trailer Has Dave Bautista And Chloe Coleman Reunited For Spy Hijinks In Italy

It’s taken four years, but Dave Bautista and Chloe Coleman are back for more fun with espionage in My Spy The Eternal City. Released in 2020 just before the pandemic shut everything down, My Spy was a surprise hit on streaming because who doesn’t love the idea of Bautista in a family-friendly comedy? Not only was he comfortable in the role but he and Coleman made for a likable duo, and their chemistry doesn’t appear to have faded in the least.

In the trailer for My Spy The Eternal City, we see Bautista reprising his role as overzealous spy JJ, who has been convinced by Coleman’s Sophie, now his stepdaughter and protege, to accompany her on a school trip to Italy. Guess what? They stumble into a global conspiracy.

The sequel is once again directed by Peter Segal, from a script he co-wrote with returning writers Jon Hoeber and Erich Hoeber. Also coming back for more are co-stars Ken Jeong and Kristen Schaal, but no Parisa Fitz-Henley who played Sophie’s mom. The film also marks Anna Faris’ first major role in years, joined by Craig Robinson, Flula Borg, and Nicola Correia-Damude.

Here’s the synopsis: Back by popular demand, My Spy’s dynamic duo, veteran CIA operative JJ (Dave Bautista) and his 14-year-old stepdaughter and protégé Sophie (Chloe Coleman), reunite to save the world when a high school choir tour of Italy is interrupted by a nefarious nuclear plot targeting the Vatican.

My Spy The Eternal City hits Prime Video on July 18th.