A brand new trailer of Bradd Pitt's movie Bullet Train, directed by David Leitch is here. The upcoming film is based on the international best-selling thriller of the same name. The original novel Maria Beetle, written by Japanese author Kotaro Isaka, has been translated into English as Bullet Train.
The trailer introduces us to the story of Bullet Train, in which several professional killers meet on a train ride while each is attempting to carry out a different contract. It doesn't take long for the assassins to realise they aren't the only murderers in town. To make matters even more suspicious, their missions appear to be linked — all of the assassins were tasked with retrieving a mysterious briefcase. As a result, each killer has numerous reasons to distrust their colleagues and suspect that they, too, may become a target. And what do professional assassins do when they are trapped? That's right — they'll go to any length to survive.
The trailer has a humorous tone and the star cast is fabulous. It includes, besides Pitt, Bullock, Joey King (The Act), Andrew Koji (Snake Eyes), Brian Tyree Henry (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse), Zazie Beetz (The Harder They Fall), Michael Shannon (The Shape of Water), Logan Lerman (The Perks of Being a Wallflower), Aaron Taylor-Johnson (Nocturnal Animals), Hiroyuki Sanada (Mortal Kombat), Masi Oka (Heroes), and Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio (aka Puerto Rican rapper Bad Bunny).
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The trailer for Bullet Train also teases the breathtaking set pieces that director Leitch has created for us. Leitch has worked in the stunt industry for over a decade, coordinating teams for big-budget films like 300, Tron: Legacy, and The Bourne Ultimatum. He's also known for co-directing John Wick, the film that defined the language that every action film has tried to imitate over the last decade. So we all knew we could count on Leitch to deliver another thrilling experience filled with fistfights and gunplay in Bullet Train. The trailer for Bullet Train is simply welcome proof that the upcoming film will blow our minds when it hits theatres this summer with laughter and thriller.
Another star who leads in the movie is Joey King, another killer who conceals her psychopathic personality behind the façade of an innocent schoolgirl. Taylor-Johnson and Tyree Henry will play Tangerine and Lemon, respectively, a duo of twin assassins who work together to take down their marks.
Watch the trailer here-