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Charlie Hunnam in Los Angeles Crime Comedy 'Last Looks' Trailer

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January 16, 2022
Source: YouTube

Last Looks Trailer

"You do realize everyone is sure you did this?" RLJE Films has revealed the official trailer for an L.A. crime comedy titled Last Looks, formerly known as Waldo as the main character's name is Charlie Waldo. It's landing on VOD in February if anyone wants to watch this. A disgraced ex-cop seeks solace by moving to the woods, but his quiet life comes to an end when a private eye recruits him to help investigate a murder. The strange new case finds Waldo contending with gangsters, Hollywood executives and pre-school teachers, all in pursuit of clearing Pinch's name… or confirming his guilt. Starring Charlie Hunnam as Waldo, with Morena Baccarin, Lucy Fry, Dominic Monaghan, Cliff "Method Man" Smith, Clancy Brown, Rupert Friend, and Mel Gibson. This is chock full of kooky characters from around Los Angeles, but the rest of it looks like the same kind of did-he-do-it-or-not? mystery as most other crime thrillers. Get a look.

Here's the official trailer (+ poster) for Tim Kirkby's Last Looks, direct from YouTube:

Last Looks Poster

Charlie Waldo (Charlie Hunnam) is an ex-LAPD superstar who left the force and lives a life of simplicity and solitude deep in the woods. Alistair Pinch (Mel Gibson) is an eccentric actor who spends his days drunk on the set of his TV show. But when Pinch's wife is found dead, he is the prime suspect and Waldo is convinced to come out of retirement to investigate what happened. The case finds Waldo contending with gangsters, Hollywood executives and pre-school teachers, all in the pursuit of clearing Pinch's name… or confirming his guilt. Last Looks, formerly known as Waldo, is directed by British filmmaker Tim Kirkby, director of the films Action Point and The Blind Spot previously, as well as lots of other TV work including "Brockmire" recently. The screenplay is by Howard Michael Gould, adapted from his own novel. RLJE Films will debut Last Looks in select US theaters + on VOD starting February 4th, 2022 this winter. Anyone?

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