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Official US Trailer for Major Martial Arts Action Movie 'Triple Threat'

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February 14, 2019
Source: YouTube

Triple Threat Trailer

"This ends tonight." "Shock and awe, baby!" Well Go USA has released an intense official trailer for the "major martial arts action event" movie titled Triple Threat, the latest from stuntman director Jesse V. Johnson (of The Package, The Beautiful Ones, Savage Dog, Accident Man, The Debt Collector). The action ensemble is about a hit contract that's taken out on a billionaire's daughter intent on bringing down a major crime syndicate. So a down and out team of mercenaries must take on a group of professional assassins and stop them before they kill their target. The insanely awesome cast includes Tony Jaa, Iko Uwais, Tiger Chen, Celina Jade, Michael Bisping, Michael Jai White, and Scott Adkins, plus plenty of others. This trailer is really going all out hyping this up, claiming it's the "biggest action event" of the year. Let's see.

Here's the official US trailer (+ poster) for Jesse V. Johnson's Triple Threat, direct from YouTube:

Triple Threat Poster

Triple Threat Poster

A down-and-out team of mercenaries must take on a group of professional assassins and stop them before they kill their target: a billionaire’s daughter who's intent on bringing down a major crime syndicate. This breakneck thriller teams over half a dozen of the world’s biggest action stars for the martial arts event film of the year. Triple Threat is directed by English filmmaker Jesse V. Johnson, a former stuntman now directing films including The Honorable, Pit Fighter, The Last Sentinel, The Fifth Commandment, The Butcher, The Package, The Beautiful Ones, Savage Dog, Accident Man, and The Debt Collector previously. The screenplay is by Joey O'Bryan and Paul Staheli. Well Go USA will release Johnson's Triple Threat in select theaters + on VOD starting March 22nd coming up, plus a special one night preview on March 19th.

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5 Comments

1

I missed few good martial arts films lately. I'm not sure should this one fall into that category ...

shiboleth on Feb 14, 2019

2

On the nose, much?

DAVIDPD on Feb 14, 2019

3

You seen one of these you've seen them all and there have been a lot of them. This absurdity is filled with bad acting and nothing one hasn't seen before. The guy when asked if he knows what he's doing then shoots people and retorts in a very bad show of acting talent that yea he's sure he does. Just a mediocre and lame line delivery that should have been done much better than the actor did it.

thespiritbo on Feb 14, 2019

4

I'm watchin'!

Whichhalfofthewit on Feb 15, 2019

5

will watch for sure because of Jaa and Uwais, that's a no-brainer. would have been very happy with just them and Chen in some adventure. but we have to get in the US stars and crappy dialogue. might be better than that, of course - only one way to find out. i hope they don't make the same mistake as in Jet Li's first US movies, always marred by bad padding and worse editing - don't make those mistakes again, please, we want to see these boys fight!

son_et_lumiere on Feb 16, 2019

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