Tuesday, August 4, 2015
13 Hours and The 33 Trailers
Action guru Michael Bay returns to the director's chair in 2016 with his high octane war thriller, 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi. Bay's latest effort exams the tragic attacks in 2012 on the U.S. diplomatic compound in Libya where an American Ambassador lost his life to Islamic militants. A beefed up John Krasinski (The Office) stars as a member of an elite ex-military security team tasked with protecting CIA outposts who tries to make sense of all this chaos and turmoil in Benghazi. Slated for a January 2016 release, here's the debut trailer for 13 Hours.
Another emotional drama dropping a trailer recently was Patricia Riggen's The 33. Antonio Banderas takes center stage as a Chilean miner who becomes trapped with 32 others after a devastating collapse leaves them for dead. They must struggle to survive for an unbelievable 69 days while the government and families work tirelessly to rescue these 33 workers. The 33 is due for a November 15th U.S. release, you can catch its first-look trailer below.