After passing through 300 (Zack Snyder, 2007), Gerard Butler He emerged as an actor without too broad a record but capable of making different films without clashing. Postscript: I love you (Richard LaGravenese, 2007) and some other romantic comedy served to associate it with other roles. However, the bulk of his filmography is of action and from there projects such as the closest to be released are explained, Copshop.
The trilogy Has Fallen, somehow, it confirmed his place within the industry: bombs, guns and action for Gerard Butler, who seems to feel comfortable in that role beyond the possibilities offered by the sector. Copshop, that will be released in september, continue in this line. With an added value that several of the previous productions in which he participated did not have: humor.
In that he will be accompanied by Frank Grillo (Warrior, 2011), who will be the axis of the plot. Grillo is another who, after his role in The last fight, has found space within action cinema, beyond a documentary on combat sports. That explains his time in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, for example.
The trailer for Copshop
On Copshop, Gerard Butler plays Bob Viddick. Bob is a hit man who must hunt down and kill Teddy Muretto, the character played by Frank Grillo. The detail? Some things don’t turn out the way they should and both of them have to deal with someone a little crazier than the two of them. Much of the film takes place inside a police station. That may be one of the main attractions of the production.
The limited space seems to encourage the relationship between the different characters in Copshop. The rest of the cast is made up of Alexis Louder, Toby Huss, Marshall Cook, Chad L. Coleman, Kaiwi Lyman, Ryan O’Nan, Jose Pablo Cantillo, Robert Walker-Branchaud, Christopher Michael Holley, and Tracey Bonner.
The script of Copshop was jointly developed by Kurt McLeod and Joe Carnahan. For McLeod, it is the first of these dimensions in which he participates. For his part, Carnahan, who is also directing the film, already has a track record with several action productions.
Official synopsis and release date
The film’s presentation describes: “Driving through the Nevada desert in a gunshot-riddled Crown Vic, cunning con man Teddy Murretto hatches a desperate plan to hide from the deadly hitman Bob Viddick. Bob beats up rookie officer Valerie Young (Alexis Louder) to get him arrested and locked up in a small town police station. Jail cannot protect Murretto for long and Viddick plans his own path, biding his time in a nearby cell until he can complete his mission. When the arrival of a competing assassin, played by Toby Huss, ignites total chaos and threats multiply, Viddick must be creative if he wants to finish the job and escape the explosive situation. “
Copshop It will premiere on September 17, 2021.
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First trailer for ‘Copshop’ with Gerard Butler and Frank Grillo