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Submitted by alycakes 531d ago | trailer

Dead Man Down Gets New TV Spot and Featurette

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A new TV spot and behind-the-scenes featurette have dropped for Dead Man Down.

Colin Farrell (Horrible Bosses) and Noomi Rapace star as two strangers who band together by their mutual search for revenge. Terrence Howard plays a New York City crime boss who Farrell's character works for.

Dominic Cooper (Captain America: The First Avenger), Raw Leiba, and Isabelle Huppert also star. The Film is directed by Niels Arden Oplev, director of the original Swedish version of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, starring Rapace.

Dead Man Down premieres March 8. (Cinema, Dead Man Down)

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Dead Man Down Featurette Read more movie news at: http://www.moviefanatic.com/videos/dead-man-down-featurette/#ixzz2KKoX4PuT
alycakes  +   532d ago
Looks good.
RetrospectRealm  +   530d ago
I can't help but feel that this is 2013's Bourne Legacy.

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