Brad Pitt is on the ride of his life on the poster of the new Dolby bullet train. The Oscar-winning actor of “Once upon a Time in Hollywood” leads the cast of the action-packed thriller in the role of Ladyboy, an experienced and unsuccessful American killer seeking to get out of the game. Ladybug agrees to take on another seemingly simple job of his handler, Maria Zhuk, to grab a briefcase from a bullet train heading from Tokyo to Kyoto, although after learning about the many other contractors on board with conflicting goals, he will have to fight just to stay alive.
Pitt is joined by the Bullet Train star cast, which also includes Joey King, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Brian Tyree Henry, Andrew Koji, Hiroyuki Sanada, Michael Shannon, Bad Bunny, Logan Lerman, Zazi Beetz and Sandra Bullock as Maria Beetle. . David Leitch, known for his work on “Deadpool 2” and “Fast and Furious: Gifts: Hobbs and the Show”, is in the director’s chair of “Streets of Fear, Part Two: 1978”, screenwriter Zach Olkevich, adapting Kotaro Isaki’s original novel “Maria Beetle”, published in English as a bullet train. After several release delays from Sony as they shuffled their summer calendar, Bullet Train is finally getting ready for release in theaters this August.
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There is less than a month left before the release of the film, and Dolby has unveiled a new poster for the film “High-Speed Train”. Key art, created specifically for Dolby by 17th & Oak artist, shows Brad Pitt’s main killer Ladybug fighting his various killer rivals aboard a titled locomotive with a bright color design. Check out the Dolby movie poster below:
While many of them are hidden in the shadows on the main art, it is interesting to note which killers are depicted on the poster of the film “High-Speed Train” by Dolby. Since a large number of actors are involved in the film, the audience began to guess who and how many of Brad Pitt’s rivals would not reach the final credits, and who would get significant screen time. Previous trailers and posters, like the Dolby movie poster above, continued to emphasize the Wolf Bad Bunny, who has a vendetta with Pitt’s Ladybug, as well as Prince Joey King and Yuichi Kimura Andrew Koji, son of the elder Hiroyuki Sanada.
Anticipation for the bullet train has been high ever since footage for the film began to emerge, revealing the latest attempts to capture the thrill of the John Wick franchise, as well as to subvert the series that Leitch helped launch, with a dash of black comedy. In addition, in the recent trailer, finally, viewers saw Maria Zhuk performed by Sandra Bullock for the first time, the latest collaboration between her and Pitt after working together on “The Lost City”, many hope to see a better sharing of screen time than his extended cameo. in an adventure romantic comedy. The wait for the film has come to an end: on August 5, a bullet train will appear in cinemas, and tickets can currently be purchased at the Dolby Cinema.