Oscar winning actor (and Arsenal fan) to narrate All or Nothing: Arsenal

Although things have not been how Arsenal fans would have wanted in the Premier League this season, there was some sort of exciting news on Thursday evening.

It was confirmed that Academy Award and BAFTA Award-winning actor and the Gunners fan, Daniel Kaluuya, will narrate the upcoming All or Nothing: Arsenal.

Lifelong fan Kaluuya will take the viewers on a whole new journey, which is the first-time cameras were given access to so much behind-the-scenes stuff.

As well as capturing the highs and lows of life at Emirates Stadium and the Arsenal Training Centre, the All or Nothing cameras will follow our squad away from the pitch to examine the daily challenges faced by elite athletes throughout a demanding calendar of high-pressure competition.

The 33-year-old Oscar winning actor is best known for his work in Get Out and Marvel’s Black Panther.

The fly-on-the-wall documentary is set to be released at the end of the summer, somewhere around the month of August.

The series Is set to reach a jaw-dropping finale as the Gunners fight out for a Champions League berth with arch-rivals Tottenham Hotspur on the final day of the league.

From three defeats in a row at the start, to going on a very good run for the remainder of the year, to the Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang saga and chasing a spot in the Champions League, this series can offer a lot of drama.

Kaluuya joins fellow Hollywood stars Sir Ben Kingsley and Tom Hardy as voice over artists for the All or Nothing series, with Kingsley having narrated the Manchester City documentary and Hardy the Tottenham one.

If somehow the red half of London claim a top four finish this weekend, the series can reach the ultimate finale, which will be welcomed by the Gunners faithful.

Yash Bisht

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  1. Personally I won’t be watching it
    Just a documentary to remind us of another poor season ,I’m sure it will be made to put Arteta in the best light possible .

    Love get out though great film

  2. If you see this season as top four OR failure , as those like Reggie so openly and honstly stated do -and you cannot fault his honesty from his own viewpoint- then it looks likely that we have failed.
    But if, as I do , you view it as a work in progress which takes far more time to come to fruitioin than the Reggies on here will ever accept, then it has been a marked step forward. All depends on your own personal viewpoint and by now we all know who on JA are on either side of this debate.

  3. Work in progress…… as it was under Emery and yet we kicked him out and Arteta got praise for it. Is anybody supporting Arteta doing on football related performance or because he got rid of some players they don’t like. It is not as if we have never finished 5th or higher before so why they ignoring the fact we have finished 8th and lost 13 games on 2 consecutive season playing dire football. I supported Arteta appointment as our coach but I can’t ignore the fact he has performed worse than our last two managers we sacked.

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