First Look at Brad Pitt's Bullet Train Features an Assassin Battle Royale

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The new trailer for David Leitch's Bullet Train is here, teasing the highly-anticipated assassin battle royal film featuring Academy Award Winner, Brad Pitt. The film is based on the Japanese best-selling novel with the same title and written by Kōtarō Isaka. The film takes place in a technologically advanced train named 'Bullet Train' on the route from Tokyo to Morioka.

Check out the trailer below:

Bullet Train takes Ladybug to a train in Tokyo, where he was tasked to retrieve a briefcase. Ladybug suddenly realized that he was not the only assassin on the train, and what's even more surprising is that they are all tasked to retrieve the same briefcase. However, their individual contracts are different but seem to be connected. Now, imagine a train full of professional killers trying to retrieve a briefcase, not trusting each other, and trying to survive.

The trailer also features the film's astonishing cinematography that director David Leitch made for the fans. Leitch is best known for his distinct take in action movies and breathtaking stunts. The director is experienced in doing action films coordinating with teams to produce big-budget productions such as 300, The Bourne Ultimatum, Deadpool 2, and the director also co-directed Keanu Reeves' John Wick, which is considered as the pioneer in the action and assassin genre of the decade. As we saw from the trailer, Bullet Train will be action-packed that will feature great combat sequences.

Bullet Train highlights an ensemble cast featuring Brad Pitt as the lead assassin Ladybug, King as Prince, Joey King as the mysterious psychopathic assassin who hides behind her innocent schoolgirl outfit, Sandra Bullock as Ladybug's handler, and according to recent reports, Lady Gaga is also playing a mysterious role in the film.

The highly-anticipated film is directed by Leitch and written by Zak Olkewicz, known for his recent Netflix film, Fear Street: Part Two.

Bullet Train will hit the big screens on July 15.

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