FORTRESS: A Bloodied Bruce Willis is on the Lookout in the New First Look Image from the Action-Thriller

By: John M Jerva

The Bruce Willis DTV train is in full effect and this next film was actually reported on last week but in my shortage of time, I haven’t posted about it…until now.

Willis’ newest action offering is called Fortress and it reunites him with fellow actors Jesse Metcalfe (Hard Kill) and Chad Michael Murray (Puerto Rico). The film is “set in a top-secret resort for retired U.S. intelligence officers” and Willis and Metcalfe play father and son this time who must deal with a siege orchestrated by Murray.

A first look image debut back on September 10th which features a bloodied Willis keeping lookout for the bad guys. Check it out below.

Bruce Willis in Fortress. Photo Credit Kenneth Rexach and Highland Film Group

Per THR: The story take place when a group of criminals led by Balzary (Chad Michael Murray) breach the resort compound, hellbent on revenge on Robert (Willis), forcing the retired officer and his son (Jesse Metcalfe) to save the day. James Cullen Bressack (Blood Craft, Beyond the Law) directed from a script by Alan Horsnail.

Fortress is meant to be the first in a trilogy of films and comes to us from producers Randall Emmett and George Furla who have been working with Willis for several years now on these DTV actioners.

Highland Film Group is representing the film for international distribution rights and the movie recently wrapped filming in Puerto Rico.

Willis and Murray will next be seen in Survive the Game which will see a limited theatrical release along with VOD on October 8th followed by a Blu-Ray and DVD launch on October 12th.

Source: THR

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