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BULLET HEAD first trailer, with Brody, Malkovich and Banderas

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Thrills and adrenaline coming your way. Lionsgate and Saban have released the first trailer for Bullet starring Adrien Brody, John Malkovich, Rory Culkin and Antonio Banderas is here and it looks frightening enough.

The trailer shows the three career criminals getting their cash. Soon after, they find themselves trapped in a warehouse with the cops closing in after a heist goes wrong. Inside the warehouse, the fugitives discover a beast that will fiercely threaten their lives. At some point, Banderas appears and joins the action.

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The official synopsis of the film reads:

Oscar winner Brody, Malkovich and Banderas deliver the action in this riveting crime story filled with pulse-pounding twists and turns. After a heist gone tragically wrong, three career criminals find themselves trapped in a warehouse with the law closing in. But, inside the warehouse, a more dangerous threat awaits — as the fugitives are plunged into a furious battle for their lives.

Written and directed by Paul Solet, Bullet Head is set for release on December 8. There's not a lot of buzz around the movie yet, but we look forward to see if the whole thing matches the attention-grabbing trailer.

Check out the clip below.

If you haven't already seen Brody in The Pianist, for which he won an Oscar, you should give it a try. Also, he's worked a lot with Wes Anderson, in Darjeeling Limited and The Grand Budapest Hotel.

Brody said that Anderson brings out the best in him because the director refuses to typecast the New Yorker as a serious dramatist. Speaking at the Locarno Film Festival, Brody says, “Wes is such a genius, a unique storyteller, you see any of his images and you say, ‘Oh that is a Wes Anderson film’, and it’s such a privilege to be welcomed into that fold. Ultimately he is one of the earliest directors that have allowed me to be funny.” (via The Independent)

Malkovich has acted in 98 films and also made his London directorial debut with Zach Helm’s Good Canary, a play about success, secrets and addiction. He has directed the play in Mexico and in France, where it won Molière awards for direction and design. "Theatre is like surfing. An actor paddles out, gets on a board and waits for the wave: the wave is the collision between your material and the public," the actor explains in a Guardian interview.

Aside from Bullet Head, you'll be able to see him in Supercon, Birdbox, Mile 22 and I Love You, Daddy.

Banderas also has a couple of upcoming projects for 2018: Beyond the Edge and Life Itself.

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Related:   The Pianist


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