Violent Red Band Trailer for 'End of Watch' with Gyllenhaal & Peña
"I am fate with a badge and a gun. Protecting the prey from the predators. The good from the bad." Open Road has debuted a new red band trailer for the cop drama End of Watch, starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Peña as two hard working LAPD officers who get mixed up with the wrong cartel. This is a a much more intense trailer than the first one, and it gives us a better look at some of the viewpoints we'll get in this, from cop car dash cams to POV with gun drawn (like an FPS) to security cams to found footage and everything inbetween. The cast also includes Anna Kendrick, Cody Horn and Frank Grillo. Duck and cover!
Watch the new red band trailer for David Ayer's End of Watch, in high def from Yahoo:
So why is David Ayer (director of Harsh Times, Street Kings; writer of U-571, Training Day, Dark Blue, S.W.A.T.) using different kinds of cameras? "Giving the story a gripping, first-person immediacy, the action unfolds entirely through footage from the handheld HD cameras of the police officers, gang members, surveillance cameras, and citizens caught in the line of fire to create a riveting portrait of the city's darkest, most violent corners, the cops who risk their lives there every day, and the price they and their families are forced to pay." End of Watch was filmed in Los Angeles last year, you can find more info on their shoot here. Open Road Films is bringing End of Watch to theaters starting September 21st this fall.
Reader Feedback - 12 Comments
Pause at 1:22 and you have a small spoiler alert.
notalent on Aug 13, 2012
Hey you never know he mightve survived a knife to the eyeball....lol
Cody W on Aug 13, 2012
I was once stabbed in the eyeball, it's really not that bad...
dgeet on Aug 13, 2012
Yeah I almost took a knife to the eyeball...but then I took an arrow to the knee.
Cody W on Aug 13, 2012
I politely ask that you please leave.
Chris Amaya on Aug 14, 2012
so, the LAPD is now a force of 2?
beevis on Aug 14, 2012
All the other guys are eating doughnuts and beating children. Just kidding, I'm sure they are not taking backhanders from the cartels at all in this movie.
Carpola on Aug 14, 2012
Anyone remember"X-Cops" the X-files episode mashed up with "Cops" that was cool.
mooreworthy on Aug 14, 2012
More of the same from what we've been seeing from Ayer. For a city that's supposedly so culturely diverse, why are blacks and mexicans always the bad guys? Don't tell me their the only race of people doing bad things in LA! gimme a break!
jah p on Aug 14, 2012
Hahaha! Come out of your Disney World and welcome to reality, Have you ever been in in the projects in LA or in any major city. Maybe if they were securing the trailer parks you would have different story.
McWilly on Aug 14, 2012
Looks good, I like these style of cop movies. Colors, Training Day, Rampart.
max on Aug 14, 2012
bang bang ptchu ptchu trrrrr trrr trrr ptchu ptchu............... sees guy stabbed in the eye cool 😀
redskulllives on Aug 15, 2012
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