PARADISE CITY: On Set Images Show Bruce Willis Back in Action for the New Thriller with John Travolta!

By: John M Jerva

First of all, how did I miss this? Second of all, this may actually be a decent action vehicle for Bruce Willis, who at 66 years old, is headlining a new action-thriller with his Pulp Fiction co-star John Travolta. The new film is called Paradise City and it has Willis starring as a renegade bounty hunter carving a war path in Hawaii for vengeance.

New on set photos surfaced a few months back that totally flew under my radar with Willis sporting an assault rifle while filming a scene in Maui. Check out Willis in action below!

Per Deadline who broke the news about the film: Willis plays renegade bounty hunter, Ryan Swan, who must carve his way through the Hawaiian crime world to wreak vengeance on the kingpin, played by Travolta, who murdered his father.

The film is also said to be like Miami Vice but instead of cops we have Willis playing a bounty hunter on a kill mission which if done right, has the makings of being an actual decent Willis film to sit through.

The film is helmed by Chuck Russell and principal photography took place in Maui, Hawaii. Russell is best known for directing such action flicks as Eraser with Schwarzenegger and The Scorpion King which was The Rock’s first starring role.

Willis and Travolta also were involved in the Look Who’s Talking films but Willis only did the voiceover for the baby in those films. Let’s hope we get some meaty scenes between the two.

Keep it locked and loaded right here for more on Paradise City as we are your destination for everything action!

Source: Daily Mail UK

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