Kevin Costner Kicks Ass in 'Three Days to Kill' International Trailer
"The question is, kill or die?" While the first trailer for McG's action thriller Three Days to Kill chose to highlight some of the comedy that comes with Kevin Costner trying to keep his estranged daughter safe while completing a mission that could save his life, this new international trailer keeps things pretty serious. This trailer feels much more like a spiritual sequel to Taken (which makes sense since it was written by Luc Besson) than initially thought, and would probably even be a better sequel than the actual Taken 2. Costner looks like a bad ass, and this could actually be a good film from McG. We'll find out next month.
Here's the new international trailer for McG's Three Days to Kill, originally from Premiere:
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.
Is this Taken 3?
TheOct8pus on Jan 30, 2014
McG = nope. Gave him too many chances already.
txJM on Jan 30, 2014
Terminator: Salvation (although not as ridiculously bad on a recent re-watch) was (still) the last straw
T. Hakeem on Jan 31, 2014
I actually liked Salvation after watching again a few weeks ago. Agreed, T3 was easily the worst one.
T. Hakeem on Feb 1, 2014
So, no American daughter is safe in Paris.
Mithun Divakaran on Jan 30, 2014
That was spot on...
Nash on Jan 30, 2014
Costner is going the Liam Neeson way.
Dhiram on Jan 31, 2014
I loved T4! So much hate for that movie. Plus I enjoyed THIS MEANS WAR.
SkyNet300 on Feb 1, 2014
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