Vertical Entertainment has just released a new clip for the crime action drama, American Siege, starring Bruce Willis as Ben Watts, an ex-NYPD officer-turned-sheriff of a small rural Georgia town who has to contend with a gang of thieves who have taken a wealthy doctor hostage. It appears he’s attempting to negotiate with the corrupt family to release the doctor of the small town, but as you might expect, things don’t go as smoothly as planned. The film was directed by Edward Drake and written by Edward Drake and Corey Large (Breach).
The highly-anticipated Paradise City, written by Edward Drake and Corey Large and directed by Chuck Russell, will see Bruce Willis as Ryan Swan, who must carve his way through the Hawaiian crime world to wreak vengeance on the kingpin who murdered his father. Willis will reunite with his Pulp Fiction co-star John Travolta. Blake Jenner, Stephen Dorff, Kate Katzman, Branscombe Richmond and Corey Large will round out the cast. Paradise City has wrapped, and the release date has yet to be set.
Director and writer Edward Drake of American Siege teamed up again with Bruce Willis after their collaborations on Apex, co-starring Neal McDonough, Corey Large and Nels Lennarson, that sees six elite hunters pay to hunt down a man on a deserted island, only to find themselves becoming the prey. Corey Large wrote the film. Apex is available on AMC+.
Cosmic Sin, starring Bruce Willis, Frank Grillo, Corey Large and Brandon Thomas Lee, will see seven rogue soldiers who launch a preemptive strike against a newly discovered alien civilization in the hopes of ending an interstellar war before it starts. The film was written by Corey Large and Edward Drake, who also served as director. Cosmic Sin is available on Netflix.
Breach saw writers Edward Drake and Corey Large and director John Suits, again, team up with Bruce Willis to tell the tale of a man, on the cusp of fatherhood, a junior mechanic aboard an interstellar ark to New Earth, who must outwit a malevolent cosmic terror intent on using the spaceship as a weapon. The cast includes Corey Large, Thomas Jane, Timothy V. Murphy, Cody Kearsley, Kassandra Clementi, and Rachel Nichols. Breach is available on VOD.
Gasoline Alley will see writer and director Edward Drake and Bruce Willis team up again to tell the tale of a man implicated in the triple homicide of three Hollywood starlets who begins his own investigation. Needing assistance, he enlists the two detectives on his tail in order to expose a conspiracy more explosive than any of them imagined. The film also stars Luke Wilson, Devon Sawa, Sufe Bradshaw and Kat Foster. The film is expecting a February release.
Vertical Entertainment’s action thriller American Siege stars Bruce Willis, Timothy V. Murphy, Cullen G. Chambers, Johann Urb, Billy Jack Harlow and Anna Hindman. You can catch it in theaters now.