By: John M Jerva
Not that this delay is a big deal as it is only a few weeks but Deadline is reporting that Paramount Pictures is shifting the release date for the Tom Clancy film adaptation Without Remorse from September to October. The new date to mark on your calendars is October 2nd to be exact.
Based on the Tom Clancy novel of the same name, Without Remorse stars Michael B. Jordan as John Clark who is an ex-Navy SEAL who appeared in numerous Clancy novels as he became a CIA operations officer who helped recurring hero Jack Ryan. The book Without Remorse turned Clark into a headlining hero of his own and in the movie, he faces tragedy and seeks revenge against the vile Baltimore drug dealer who murdered his girlfriend.
Stefano Sollima (Sicario: Day of the Soldado) helmed the film which also stars Jamie Bell (Jumper), Luke Mitchell (Blindspot), Cam Gigandet (Ice), Jodie Turner-Smith (Queen & Slim), Jacob Scipio (Bad Boys for Life), Brett Gelman (Stranger Things), Jack Kesy (Claws), and Colman Domingo (Fear the Walking Dead).
Taylor Sheridan penned the screenplay that is based on the novel and a teaser reveal of Jordan as John Clark was released last year. You can see the video below.
The character of John Clark was portrayed in film before with Willem Dafoe doing the honors in Clear and Present Danger and Liev Schreiber filling the role in Sum Of All Fears.
Jordan is also set to reprise the role in the follow film Rainbow Six which is another Clancy penned John Clark adventure.
Hopefully a new trailer launches soon and the film makes its new date so in the meantime, keep it locked and loaded right here for more 411 to follow!