Full Trailer for J.C. Chandor's Special Forces Heist Film 'Triple Frontier'

December 10, 2018
Source: YouTube

Triple Frontier Trailer

"There is no ground support… You cannot go back to your normal life after tonight." Netflix has debuted the first trailer for Triple Frontier, an action film involving Special Forces pulling off a special heist in a sparsely populated multi-border zone of South America. This project has been in development for years, and was being developed as the next film from Kathryn Bigelow. The screenplay is by Mark Boal, who worked with Bigelow on The Hurt Locker and Zero Dark Thirty, and is now partnered with director J.C. Chandor (Margin Call, All Is Lost, A Most Violent Year). Triple Frontier stars an impressive ensemble cast including Ben Affleck, Oscar Isaac, Charlie Hunnam, Garrett Helund, Pedro Pascal, plus Adria Arjona, Sheila Vand, Christine Horn, and Reynaldo Gallegos. This looks damn good, though I'm much more interested in the heist and the plans they're putting in place than the action in this. So far this looks great.

Here's the first official trailer for J.C. Chandor's Triple Frontier, direct from Netflix's YouTube:

Triple Frontier Movie

A group of former Special Forces operatives (Ben Affleck, Oscar Isaac, Charlie Hunnam, Garrett Helund, Pedro Pascal) reunite to plan a heist in a sparsely populated multi-border zone of South America. For the first time in their prestigious careers these unsung heroes undertake this dangerous mission for self instead of country. But when events take an unexpected turn and threaten to spiral out of control, their skills, their loyalties and their morals are pushed to a breaking point in an epic battle for survival. Triple Frontier is directed by American filmmaker J.C. Chandor, director of the films Margin Call, All Is Lost, and A Most Violent Year previously. The screenplay is written by J.C. Chandor and Mark Boal, from a story by Mark Boal. This has not premiered at any film festivals or anywhere else. Netflix will release Chandor's Triple Frontier streaming + in theaters starting in March 2019. Stay tuned for updates. First impression?

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Chuck Norris is missing out ...

shiboleth on Dec 10, 2018


This should be worth watching. Disappointed Sheila Vand didn't show up in the trailer though. Even with all those big names, her and Pedro Pascal are the ones I'm most excited about.

Efterklang on Dec 10, 2018


I would consider this being good if it wasn't on Netflix, but seeing that Netflix seems to be Hollywood's new dumping ground for movies that wont do good in theaters. I'll probably skip this one.

Oblique on Dec 10, 2018


Right, because Ballad of Buster Scruggs and Beasts of No Nation were terrible. I'm not saying everything Netflix puts out is gold, but they've had some solid contenders and it seems to be getting better each year. I wouldn't consider them a "dumping ground".

THE_RAW_ on Dec 10, 2018


Beasts of No Nation was won in a 12 million dollar bidding war in 2015 at the start of Netflix's announcement of original content. Ballad of Buster Scruggs was funded by Netflix along with 6 other movies including Alfonso Curaron's upcoming Roma. Obviously those movies are good because big name directors are involved and Netflix is dumping big money into them. But that is only a handful of "great" Netflix content films out of a multitude of "garbage" content films where Hollywood figures the movie won't sell great at the box office so it in turn sells it to netflix. A number of these movies star somewhat big name actors like Extinction starring Michael Peña, How It Ends starring Forest Whitaker, The Cloverfield Paradox starring David Oyelowo and many more. But they all have the same thing in common they were in some kind of development hell or the production cost too much for the film to be profitable at the box office. And you can include Triple Frontier to this list also which was dropped by Paramount, lost a number of big name actors along the way, and then stopped principle production for about a year before resuming production. So my gut is telling me this movie will be a waste of time to watch.

Oblique on Dec 11, 2018


Well I gave a thought out reply but somehow it got marked as spam. But in short I'm not talking about those movies but the mass other movies like this one which I suspect wont be good.

Oblique on Dec 10, 2018


Buster Scruggs was an odd one. The Stephen Root segment and the Tom Waits segment were probably my favorites, though it was all a bit depressing. And I hated seeing Clancy Brown's speedy exit, as he was one of the most exciting additions to the cast for me. But his death was certainly entertaining. Well made for sure, but strange.

grimjob on Dec 10, 2018


100% agree @grimjob:disqus. I loved most of the stories, but damn if they weren't all depressing! But I guess that's what you get when you have tales of morality set in the Old West from the Coen Bros? lol "The Ballad of Buster Scruggs", "The Gal Who Got Rattled" and "All Gold Canyon" were probably my favorite of the bunch.

THE_RAW_ on Dec 10, 2018


I love those damn Coens.

grimjob on Dec 10, 2018


That's a star-studded cast and it actually looks decent. Not sure about that title though...but I'll definitely be checking this out.

THE_RAW_ on Dec 10, 2018


Netflux: that feeling you get when you see a trailer for a half decent movie only to then find out it's releasing on Netflix at the same time. Hopefully I can catch it the one week it will be in the theaters.

Whichhalfofthewit on Dec 10, 2018

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