Paul Walker Takes a Leap Out the Window on 'Brick Mansions' Poster
Not too long ago, we highlighted a couple photos from Brick Mansions, one of the final films featuring a performance by the late Paul Walker. The film sees the Fast & Furious star in action thriller mode as he fights against a ticking clock film about an undercover cop (Walker) tasked with going into a tenement named Brick Mansions in order to disarm a neutron bomb ticking down. It looks like there will at least one explosion since the first poster for the film (a remake of District B13) has arrived and features illustrated versions of Walker and his co-star David Belle jumping out of a building window from a big fireball. Look!
Here's the first poster for Camille Delamarre's Brick Mansions via The Playlist:
Brick Mansions is directed by Camille Delamarre and written by Luc Besson and Bibi Naceri as a remake of their original film District B13. The film follows an undercover detective (Paul Walker) chasing a weapon of mass destruction that was stolen by a drug dealer in the ghetto known as Brick Mansions. But in order to track him down, the detective must seek the help of Lino (David Belle) an incredibly agile man who knows Brick Mansions better than anyone and is the only person not cowering in fear of the resident drug dealers. RZA also stars in the film which Relativity and EuropaCorp will release later this spring on April 25th.
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Xerxexx on Feb 11, 2014
"The film sees the Fast & Furious star in action thriller mode as he fights against a ticking clock film about an undercover cop (Walker) tasked with going into a tenement named Brick Mansions in order to disarm a neutron bomb ticking down." Haven't had my afternoon coffee yet, but I'm not sure I followed this.
Wafffles on Feb 11, 2014
love the original, for all it's hyperactive, free-running cartooniness. crazy the original dude is back for it.
Linkfx on Feb 11, 2014
So they went with neutron bomb.
DAVIDPD on Feb 11, 2014
Not a fan of RZA, I find him weird...
Fidel Reyes on Feb 11, 2014
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