OUT OF DEATH: Bruce Willis & Jaime King are Moving Targets in the New Trailer and Key Art for the Upcoming Actioner

By: John M Jerva

Another day, another trailer for a Bruce Willis DTV actioner and today we have yet another in the steady steam of films that he’s churning out lately.

The latest is called Out of Death which sounds a lot like something Steven Seagal would put out in the 90’s. But alas it is not and we have the new footage and one sheet for the movie which also stars Jaime King.

Still grieving the untimely death of her father, photojournalist Shannon Mathers (Jamie King) spreads his ashes in the woods when she witnesses a cop (Lala Kent) shooting and killing an unarmed henchman during a drug deal. She captures the whole scene on her camera before being discovered. Shot at, scared, helpless and on the run, she races her way through the woods with no recognition of her location. Distracted by the violent noise of the attack, Jack Harris (Bruce Willis) a newly retired police officer who is relaxing at his cabin, saves Shannon just in time and the two narrowly escape into the woods. Not sure of whom she can trust, as more dirty cops arrive to help hunt her down, including the brutal town sheriff Hank Rivers (Michael Sirow), she decides to rely on Jack, her only real chance to fight back the corrupt police and bring it to justice.

It looks like Willis has a more substantial role in this one and he’s taking on dirty cops this time around. Maybe we will get some resemblance of John McClane but only time will tell. If anything, the title alone warrants a watch in itself.

Out of Death hits theatrical and On Demand on July 16th, courtesy of Vertical Entertainment.

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