High-speed train trailer: the funny Brad Pitt must go through master assassins


The second official Bullet Train trailer has been released, showing off a bit more action and giving an idea of ​​what the movie is all about. The film, directed by David Leitch, will debut in Indian theaters on August 5 in four languages ​​– English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu. He reveals that Pitt, who has a “new” codename “Ladybug”, is an assassin and Sandra Bullock is his anonymous handler, who assigns him a “job”. The film is based on the Japanese novel “Maria Beetle” by author Kotaro Isaka.

“Konchiwa! Pitt says in the first scene of the over 2 minute and 30 second trailer. He teases a number of killers who seek to seize a briefcase for “Ladybug” to retrieve from the bullet train from Tokyo to Kyoto. Pitt has “biblical” bad luck due to which people die even when he “isn’t even trying to kill people.” He faces a group of trained killers, played by Michael Shannon, Joey King, Brian Tyree Henry, Zazie Beetz and Aaron Taylor-Johnson. Looks like he might have to kill them to get the briefcase.

Bullet Train also stars Logan Lerman, Andrew Koji, Puerto Rican rapper Bad Bunny, and Hiroyuki Sanada. A small group of killers was teased in the first trailer released in March. Directed by David Leitch, known for Deadpool 2 and Hobbs & Shaw, Bullet Train seems to be packed with action sequences and jokes to make the film a fun action thriller. The film is based on the Japanese novel “Maria Beetle” by author Kotaro Isaka.

Bullet Train will debut in Indian theaters on August 5 in English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.


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