One Last Mission May Save Kevin Costner in 'Three Days to Kill' Trailer
In what seems like an attempt to follow the recent career path of Liam Neeson, we have Field of Dreams and Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves star Kevin Costner continuing a bit of a comeback after starring in Man of Steel this past summer and Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit coming in January. The first trailer for Three Days to Kill from Terminator Salvation director McG has arrived featuring Costner as a dying assassin who takes on one last mission in exchange for the potential of more time to reunite with his estranged daughter (Hailee Steinfeld). However, there's an interesting twist to this mission that makes things a little more complicated. It looks just as action-packed as Taken, but with some added comedy. Watch it?
Here's the first trailer for Luc Besson's Three Days to Kill, originally from Yahoo:
Three Days to Kill is directed by McG (This Means War, Terminator Salvation, Charlie's Angels) and written by Luc Besson (Taken, The Transporter) and Adi Hasak (From Paris with Love). Kevin Costner is a dangerous international spy, determined to give up his high stakes life to finally build a closer relationship with his estranged wife and daughter. But first, he must complete one last mission, which requires hunting down the world’s most ruthless terrorist while having to look after his teenage daughter (Hailee Steinfeld) for the first time in ten years. Relativity Media releases the film hitting theaters on February 21st, 2014.
It's funny 'cause he murders people, but he's like... a dad too. You know?
Nielsen700 on Dec 17, 2013
I'm beginning to question all those times my father took "business trips."
Quanah on Dec 17, 2013
Lot's of murdering mercenaries have kids, it's sort of the new 'hero'.
Carpola on Dec 17, 2013
Thought Neeson was in this film?
Nash on Dec 17, 2013
Amber Heard is TOTALLY miscast. Oh yeah he is really going to listen and take orders from her. WTF. Costner will probably be good . But the rest of it? Looks pretty weak. ------------ Mr. Brooks with Costner was pretty good. This one seems like a similar role but way less serious.
Nick Henderson on Dec 18, 2013
"Save" him? The guy has a thriving country-rock band (which recently performed at the Ronald Reagan Library), a film legacy, a casino & other entrepreneurial interests, a family & a pretty scandal-free life. He was powerful in "Man of Steel". I really doubt Kevin Costner's career needs "saving".
Stirfry on Dec 18, 2013
LightningB on Dec 18, 2013
Eh. Not buying it.
DH on Dec 19, 2013
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