Williams Jet Tenders, the forefront innovator in jet tenders, is set to leave an indelible mark on the silver screen with its prominent role in the upcoming blockbuster film, Argylle, a spy thriller that promises to be like no other. Williams Jet Tenders takes centre stage with its SportJet 520, showcasing its breathtaking performance in a riveting chase scene along the iconic River Thames.

The SportJet 520, a pinnacle of speed and sophistication, accelerates to a remarkable 48mph, featuring a sleek carbon black tube that exudes a sporty allure. Designed to cater to thrill seekers, this exceptional tender accommodates six passengers, ensuring an adrenaline-pumping experience that aligns seamlessly with the film’s high-octane narrative.

From the visionary mind of director and producer Matthew Vaughn, acclaimed creator of the Kingsman franchise and Kick-Ass, Argylle promises to redefine the spy thriller genre. The film stars Bryce Dallas Howard (Jurassic World franchise) as Elly Conway, a reclusive author whose quiet life takes a thrilling turn as the espionage plots from her novels mirror real-life spy activities.

Argylle boasts a razor-witted narrative, a top-tier ensemble cast, and awe-inspiring action sequences that will captivate audiences worldwide. Distributed by Universal Pictures, the film’s UK premiere is scheduled for Wednesday, 24th January, in the prestigious Leicester Square.

A collaboration between Apple Original Films and MARV, Argylle features a stellar cast, including Henry Cavill, John Cena, Ariana DeBose, Dua Lipa, Bryan Cranston, Catherine O’Hara, Sofia Boutella, and Samuel L. Jackson. Notably, the feline companion, Alfie, is brought to life by Chip, the real-life cat of supermodel Claudia Vaughn (nee Schiffer).

Tom Dowdell, Head of Marketing at Williams Jet Tenders, expresses the team’s enthusiasm: “We are thrilled about Argylle and the debut of our SportJet on the big screen in such an exciting new film. We can hardly wait to witness the cinematic spectacle when it hits the big screen in February.”