RUPTURE: Mark Strange Goes Ballistic in a New Image from the Dystopian Action-Thriller!

By: John M Jerva

Mark Strange is a man of many skills in the action and martial arts film industry and with countless notches in his filmography featuring slam bang fight action, he definitely sets the bar high with starring most recently in the zombie infused Redcon-1.

Now Strange is back and back big in his newest indie offering from prolific filmmaker Ranjeet S. Marwa titled Rupture which just recently wrapped production. To celebrate, we’ve got a new image of Strange as he’s about to go ballistic with some double fisted gun action John Woo style. Check it out below courtesy of Marwa himself on Facebook!

‘Beware the quiet man’ – Mark Strange debut’s his lead role in my new movie RUPTURE inspired by Cyberpunk 2077 and The Night Comes For Us.

Synopsis: Raven, a recently freed man from prison must confront the people who put him inside. However, revenge is not always the answer, redemption is.

Like I said in my previous post, I’m getting a distinct Avengement vibe with a sprinkling of dystopian carnage with this one which bodes well as Strange was featured in that Jesse V Johnson helmed thriller starring Scott Adkins. It’s Strange’s turn to headline the film that will certainly showcase his skills. With Marwa at the helm, the action is sure to be of the blunt force trauma variety. I’m still eager to see Exiled: The Chosen Ones as initial trailers and teasers have given us some in your face mayhem and carnage.

Stay tuned for more to come on this one and lock and load as we are your destination for everything action!!!

Source: Facebook

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