Full Red Band Trailer for Bay's '13 Hours: Secret Soldiers of Benghazi'
"We have no jurisdiction in this country, we're not even supposed to be here." Pack some explosives and ammo, it's time to move out. Paramount has debuted a full-length trailer for Michael Bay's 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi, the action-packed take on the Benghazi incident and the secret ex-military security team that goes in hoping to save American lives and return home safely. The ensemble cast includes: Pablo Schreiber, John Krasinski, Toby Stephens, David Denman, Max Martini, James Badge Dale, David Costabile, and Dominic Fumusa. This is most definitely a Michael Bay movie, with action reminiscent of Bad Boys in some scenes. I'm sort of curious to check it out, but barely. Lock 'n load.
The new red band trailer for Michael Bay's 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi, from YouTube:
An American Ambassador is killed during an attack at a U.S. compound in Libya as a security team struggles to make sense out of the chaos. 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi is directed by action filmmaker Michael Bay, of Transformers: Age of Extinction, Pain & Gain and Transformers: Dark of the Moon most recently. The screenplay was written by Chuck Hogan, turning in his first script after writing novels that were turned into The Town and "The Strain". He's adapting Mitchell Zuckoff's book also called 13 Hours: The Inside Account of What Really Happened In Benghazi. Paramount Pictures will release Michael Bay's 13 Hours in theaters starting on January 15th, 2016 early next year. Interested in this one?
Reader Feedback - 15 Comments
BOOM! CRASH! CRACK! POW! BAM! CLANG! BADABOOM! NOOOO!
wylles on Nov 4, 2015
Like seven levels of shit all squashed up through time and effort into one big one and for no apparent reason.
Ross Carroll on Nov 4, 2015
"If only I am doing the right thing, god wil take care of me..." I am surprised I even got that far in the trailer. But at that point I couldn't take it anymore.
Nash on Nov 4, 2015
Death upon Death upon Death upon Death...
Carpola on Nov 4, 2015
cuckoozey on Nov 4, 2015
"blah blah blah WRONG, (# of main characters) blah blah RIGHT" Who writes these taglines, and are their parents proud of what they've become?
OfficialJab on Nov 4, 2015
Attack? But it was a simple protest because of a video... there was no attack.
backwardsprogress on Nov 4, 2015
I'm in love with Krasinski screaming into that guys face at the end of the trailer. taken out of context in the trailer, its just him standing Kiss close to another person and screaming at them like an insane person.
Ryan on Nov 4, 2015
Over the top. Possibly, incredible disrespectful. But the little boy in me wants to see it... T_T
DAVIDPD on Nov 4, 2015
Michael Bay continues to masturbate to his U.S. military fetish. I suspect this will be more fiction than fact. I also suspect it won't paint Hilary and Obama's bungling of the matter, where these men got the "stand down" order directly from Washington, which ended up costing American lives. And no, I'm not a Republican.
evilED on Nov 4, 2015
Looks amazing.must watch.
Pincode on Nov 4, 2015
It looks like one day Michael Bay woke up and came to the conclusion that relationship between Americans and Muslims are way too good so he had to do something about it.
shiboleth on Nov 5, 2015
This movie calls Hillary Clinton's BS explanation for what it was - BS.
Sean Osborne on Nov 6, 2015
The only people who are still claiming BS are the ones whose mouths and heads are full of it.
DigMed on Jan 19, 2016
I can't believe we'd portray Muslims in this fashion. This is not in keeping with the DNC's playbook as far as getting HRC elected as our next commander-in-chief. HRC wants peace so please, please discount the impressions that our current administration wasn't ready, as here, to provide adequate backup, support, whatever...at this point"What difference does it make"?
Mr. Guymon on Dec 29, 2015
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