FORTRESS: Bruce Willis is Under Siege in the Trailer for His Next Action Film

By: John M Jerva

At this rate, Bruce Willis is going to make it into the Guinness Book of World Records for actor to have the most films come out in a year. Willis is starting once again with Chad Michael Murray in the new action-thriller Fortress although unlike the last two outings, they are at odds this time.

In this dazzling action cyber-thriller, Bruce Willis (Pulp Fiction) plays Robert, a retired CIA agent living at a secret resort in the woods. One day, his estranged son drives to the camp for a visit — but he’s followed by Robert’s old nemesis, Balzary (Chad Michael Murray, “One Tree Hill”). As the site is besieged by Balzary’s attack squad, father and son retreat to a high-tech bunker. But are its steel walls and advanced weapons powerful enough to match Balzary’s bloodthirsty plans for revenge?

Helmed by James Cullen Bressack the movie also stars Jesse Metcalfe who starred with Willis in Hard Kill.


Jesse Metcalfe, Bruce Willis, Chad Michael Murray, Kelly Greyson, Ser’Darius Blain,

Shannen Doherty and Simon Phillips

Directed by

James Cullen Bressack

Written by

Alan Horsnail

This one is set to be a franchise with the second film already filming and a third one planned as well so that’s an interesting tidbit right there. Hmmmm, I wonder if this one will end with a cliffhanger? It’s fun to play how long Willis will show up in a film these days but from the trailer it looks like Metcalfe and Murray will do the heavy lifting.

Available in Select Theaters, on Digital and On Demand December 17th!

Available on Blu-ray and DVD on December 21st!

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