Jason Staham Brings The Pain In The New International Trailer For JOKER

Kicking and punching, bleeding, pain, getting tossed through windows, etc. - Such is the message you get if you're a baddie and you cross paths with action cinema favorite, Jason Statham, now front and center in the new movie, Wild Card, now due for a December 7, 2014 January 30, 2015 release in the U.S.. The film comes nearly thirty years after author William Goldman's 1985 Warner Books publication, "Heat", led to its first film adaptation a year later with then-lead actor Burt Renyolds, which turned out to be more controversial in its troubled state of production at the time.

For this revamp however, Statham is producing under his SJ Heat Productions, LLC banner with Steve Chasman, reuniting Statham with The Expendables 2 and The Mechanic helmer Simon West. The film is also getting released internationally as Joker. Of course, that is unless you're not getting kicked, punched and thrown through windows by this cockney screenfighting badass, you're probably not laughing. Yes, Statham is back, and he means some R-rated, pleasantly violent and vengeful business!

Nick Wild, an ex-marine and gambling addict, goes into the protection business but plans to leave Las Vegas for a better life. When his last girlfriend, Holly, is found beaten and left for dead, he agrees to help revenge her. He will soon discover that the guilty man is Danny DeMarco, a member of a powerful mob family.
Stanley Tucci, Sofía Vergara, Milo Ventimiglia, Michael Angarano and Anne Heche round out the cast with a script by Goldman and action direction by Corey Yuen (The Transporter, Rise Of The Legend) and choreography by Brad Martin (Safe, Homefront) and Ron Yuan (Black Salt, Black And White 2). Watch the trailer below, and yes, stay excited!

Joker avec Jason Statham : la bande annonce VOST by Filmsactu


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