ACCIDENT MAN: Scott Adkins Dodges Danger In The First Official Photo

Martial arts action star Scott Adkins is currently treading the streets of Thailand as one of the key antagonists on the set of Jesse Johnson's ensemble action thriller, Triple Threat. In the meantime, post production is already underway for the previous completion from the duo with an adaptation of British comic book thriller, Accident Man which Adkins also produces.

On Saturday, Adkins took to social media to unveil the first official still from the production which takes its cues from creators Pat Mills and Tony Skinner whose once popular Toxic! publication manifests the story of an assassin who disguises his hit jobs as everyday, ordinary accidents. Adkins himself described the film as a dream project from the age of fifteen, telling followers, "I fell in love with the comic book, always knew it would be an amazing movie. I co-wrote, produced and of course star and I am very, very proud of this film and I know you guys are going to love it too."

Adkins writes with co-star Stu Small, and leads a cast that includes actresses Brook Johnston, Ashley Greene and martial arts rising star Amy Johnston (Lady Bloodfight), and actors Ray Stevenson, martial arts stars Ray Park and fellow Triple Threat co-star and actor Michael Jai White. Tim Man reunites with Adkins as action director following their collaboration on Todor Chapkanov's Boyka: Undisputed which was released out of phase in Sweden and is still due for official releases in other territories.

Also on deck for Adkins is Savage Dog which Johnson also directed and will release from XLrator Media in the U.S..

Check out the new image from Accident Man below!


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  1. I can't wait to add this movie to my Adkins DVD/Blu-Ray collection :-D He is on fire this year!

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