Full-Length Trailer for Peter Berg's 'Patriots Day' with Mark Wahlberg

November 14, 2016
Source: YouTube

Patriots Day Trailer

"The clock is ticking, the world is watching…" CBS Films has debuted a full trailer for Peter Berg's Patriots Day, the movie about the Boston bombing. This trailer gives us a look at the full story and the cast of characters in this movie. Mark Wahlberg stars as Sgt. Tommy Saunders, one of the police officers on the scene in the middle of the tragic Boston Marathon bombing in 2013. The film covers the bombings as well as the massive manhunt throughout Boston for the two terrorists responsible. The full ensemble cast includes Michelle Monaghan, Kevin Bacon, J.K. Simmons, John Goodman, Michael Beach, Alex Wolff, Melissa Benoist and Rachel Brosnahan. The film will also have a score by Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross.

Here's the second official trailer for Peter Berg's Patriots Day, direct from CBS' YouTube:

Patriots Day Poster

You can still see the first official trailer for Berg's Patriots Day here, to compare these two trailers.

An account of Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis's (John Goodman) actions in the events leading up to the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing and the aftermath, which includes the city-wide manhunt to find the terrorists behind it. Patriots Day is directed by veteran American filmmaker Peter Berg, who also made this year's Deepwater Horizon as well as The Rundown, Friday Night Lights, The Kingdom, Hancock, Battleship, and Lone Survivor previously. The script is written by Peter Berg, Matt Charman, Matt Cook, Eric Johnson, and Paul Tamasy; based on the book titled "Boston Strong: A City's Triumph over Tragedy". CBS Films will release Berg's Patriots Day in theaters starting December 21st later this year. Thoughts?

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Looks okay. Maybe good. Maybe a touch exploitative.

DAVIDPD on Nov 14, 2016


Wow, I got a little emotional there. Looks so much better than I expected, with the theme of love being emphasized.

kitano0 on Nov 14, 2016


I despise patriotism. Always and everywhere. But that can't and will never go for victims. Terrible thing to attack innocent people just because you don't approve some policy or someone's way of life ... This looks a bit exploitative, but I guess, it's another good move in career for Mark Wahlberg ...

shiboleth on Nov 14, 2016


Patriotism, chauvinism, nationalism...All psychological tools to manipulate herds. Humans are but animals in their basic behaviors: Follow the alpha, eat, F*ck, sh*t, repeat. Once we start using our intelligence, we become more spiritual and less animal creatures.

tarek on Nov 15, 2016


And we attain more social skills that way. Also, one needs to invest some effort in widening the perceptiveness of a person to have better quality of life. Someone once said, approximately, that war is a game run by people who know each other well, but ends up in mutual killings by people who never met each other. Patriotism, chauvinism and nationalism do that, definitely ...

shiboleth on Nov 15, 2016


Agree. And instead we got Trump. Ignorance is winning the war against humanity.

ff on Nov 15, 2016


Oh, he was visionary in many things. Although Europe has its problems, it's quite visible that US lacks some socialist experience. That lack of experience has left too many working and other people unprotected in US. Of course, there's a lot of things that should be critically said about the whole leftist thing, but it still changes things for the better. Ugh, was I not quite political right now, huh?

shiboleth on Nov 16, 2016


If they say all the profits are going to pay for victims' medical bills, I'm sold! Otherwise yeah it's totally exploitation.

bumboclot on Nov 16, 2016


What's next for Wahlberg? The Ferguson riot movie? The Hobokan train crash movie? The Chicago fire of 1871 movie or is that too historical? I guess the real American disaster movie is his genre now.

bumboclot on Nov 15, 2016


If it bleeds it leads, right?

shiboleth on Nov 15, 2016


Too soon...way too soon

YourMomInABox on Nov 15, 2016


Why though? Because they are exploiting this sad event for millions of dollars? Whether they do that today or ten years from now, they're still gonna do it eventually.

bumboclot on Nov 16, 2016


there's a fundamental difference between telling it now, when the victims are probably still in the initial stages of recovery, or in a few decades when most of the victims have had chances to recovery and find emotional stability. It's an open wound vs a scar

YourMomInABox on Nov 16, 2016


Another bull shit propaganda movie like Zero dark 30 and the oil rig disaster film, ill not be watching this thats for sure.

LV 426 on Nov 18, 2016

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