Red – Trailer


(Youtube Direktred, via /Film)

Hier der Trailer zu Robert Schwentkes („The Time Traveler’s Wife“, „Flightplan“, „Tattoo“) Verfilmung von Warren Ellis’ Comic „Red“ über Rentner-Agenten. Erinnert ein bisschen an „Mr. und Ms. Smith“, nur in witzig und gut, der Trailer sieht jedenfalls schonmal sehr toll aus. Und die Besetzung liest sich ebenfalls super: Bruce Willis, Mary-Louise Parker, Helen Mirren, Morgan Freeman, John Malkovich, Karl Urban, Brian Cox, Richard Dreyfuss, Julian McMahon, and James Remar. Und: Ernest Borgnine. Ernest Borgnine! YAY!

Frank, Joe, Marvin, and Victoria used to be the CIA’s top agents — but the secrets they know just made them the Agency’s top targets. Now framed for assassination, they must use all of their collective cunning, experience and teamwork to stay one step ahead of their deadly pursuers and stay alive. To stop the operation, the team embarks on an impossible, cross-country mission to break into the top-secret CIA headquarters, where they will uncover one of the biggest conspiracies and cover-ups in government history.

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  2. sime

    Spitzen Cast! Und der Trailer sah schon mal sehr gut aus.

  3. philophobia

    Weiß noch nicht so recht, freue mich aber auf den Film.
    In jedem Fall eine unfassbar tolle Besetzung!! Einfach unfassbar toll!
    …Sagte ich schon, dass die Besetzung unfassbar (!) toll ist?

  4. Hell-G

    I ♥ Warren Ellis. Da er bei den Dreharbeiten als ‘Ratgeber’ weilte – und man wohl das ein oder andere Mal zugehört hat…naja. Ich hoffe auf erstklassige Dialoge im Film…wie bspw. diese hier:

    “Milk doesn’t come out of leather no matter how hard you clean…
    …Cow’s revenge, I suppose.”

    “You realize you talking to a man with a human head in his hands who has every intention of using it to beat these people to death?”

    A: “Feels kinda weird torching civilians.”
    B: “Civilians are civilized, soldier. These people are french.”

  5. Puuka

    Was hat der Trailer mit dem Comic zu tun?


    Im Comic entscheidet der Direktor der CIA, das ein Profikiller im Ruhestand, für seine Taten nachträglich ermordet werden soll.
    Das misslingt und besagter Rentner Killer mordet sich hoch bis zur Spitze und bringt alle um.

  6. CineMan

    Tolle Besetzung! Guter Trailer! Werde ich mir definitiv ansehen!!

  7. Robert

    NANCY BOTWIN! *kreisch* Ich liebe diese Frau!

  8. JMK

    Die ersten die weider aufheulen weil Film der Vorlage nicht gerecht wird *gähn*.
    Netter Trailer, aber dem Schwentke, der bisher noch nichts gerissen hat, trau ich nicht.

  9. DerMatze

    äh… Helen Mirren braucht Geld, oder? Ein paar Fabergé-Eier zuviel gekauft, hmm?
    Nicht dass mir der Trailer nicht gefällt, ich wunder mich nur.

  10. GunGrave

    … sieht gut aus – super Besetzung. … to the left … left… yeah looks great! ;)

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  12. blues brothers

    Were gettin the band back together!!

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