Bruce Willis Is Out For Blood In First Trailer For Death Wish Bruce Willis Is Out For Blood In First Trailer For Death Wish
Action legend Bruce Willis has stepped of the VOD/direct to video train, and looks to make a huge theatrical comeback with this first trailer... Bruce Willis Is Out For Blood In First Trailer For Death Wish

Action legend Bruce Willis has stepped of the VOD/direct to video train, and looks to make a huge theatrical comeback with this first trailer for Death Wish – a remake of the 1974 classic directed by Michael Winner.

Co-written and directed by Eli Roth (Hostel, Cabin Fever), the 2017 version stars Willis heading the cast as Paul Kersey. A mild-mannered husband and father turned vigilante (originally played by Charles Bronson) following a malicious attack on his family. Leaving him yearning for justice and vengeance.

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The trailer highlights Kersey’s descent into a walking weapon – the so-called ‘Grim Reaper’. Right before we see just a few of his unsuspecting victims meet a grisly end…

Whilst Winner’s original film was a massive talking point during its release due to its subject material and response. One may wonder if the long-standing genre of ‘revenge’ movies in the post-2000’s era, could recapture such highs.

The jury’s most certainly out on this one until its official release on November 22nd. Check out the trailer below.

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Based on the 1974 film and 1972 novel of the same name. Death Wish, directed by Eli Roth, follows a mild-mannered father (Bruce Willis) as he transforms into a killing machine after his family is torn apart by a violent act. The film also stars Vincent D’Onofrio, Dean Norris, Mike Epps and Elisabeth Shue. Releasing in the U.S on November 22nd 2017, through MGM.

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