Johnny Strong in Nano Tech Action Thriller 'Invincible' Official Trailer
"How do we kill him?" "We don't." Lionsgate has revealed the trailer for a direct-to-DVD action movie titled Invincible, not to be confused with that Mark Wahlberg football movie years ago also called Invincible. This one will be out at the beginning of March, if you have nothing better to do. Colonel John Taylor enlists billionaire inventor Leor Teska to fund a secret black site, testing Teska's new nano technology for military applications, developed by scientists. When one of the test subjects, Brock Cortez, escapes, Teska's head of security, Cam Devore is given the dangerous task of tracking him down. The crazy new tech makes people psychotic and invincible, but the only way to stop it is to try it for yourself. Starring Johnny Strong as Cam, with Marko Zaror, Michael Paré, and Sally Kirkland. This looks as bland and forgettable as they come. We'd just recommend watching Upgrade instead - especially if you haven't seen it yet. Skip this one.
Here's the official trailer (+ two posters) for Daniel Zirilli's Invincible, direct from Lionsgate's YouTube:
At a secret military site, injured soldier Brock is treated with advanced nanotechnology that turns him into an uncontrollable killing machine. Sent to stop the threat, security agent Cam is badly injured in a battle with Brock – but, to save his life, he must be implanted with the same technology that turned Brock psychotic and invincible. Will Cam gain the power to stop Brock, or also become a lunatic menace himself? Intense hand-to-hand combat brings the stylish sci-fi action film to life. Invincible is directed by producer / filmmaker Daniel Zirilli, director of many films including The Champagne Gang, Aces, The Stonecutter, Curse of Alcatraz, Locked Down, Bangkok Rush, Crossing Point, The Asian Connection, Acceleration, and Hollow Point previously. The screenplay is written by Daniel Zirilli and Johnny Strong, and Robert De Lay. Lionsgate releases Zirilli's Invincible direct-to-VOD / DVD starting March 8th, 2022 this winter. Anyone?