“If we fail, there is no backup plan.”
Mark Walberg’s character James Silva utters these words as the final trailer for the upcoming STX film Mile 22 begins. The new trailer is totally explosive, literally. New footage offers the audience a new look at the upcoming film showing off some of its spectacular stunts, thrilling car chases and, of course, fiery explosions and special effects.
The film stars Mark Wahlberg as secret CIA operative James Silva who, along with a top-secret tactical command team, has been tasked with retrieving and transporting an asset who holds life-threatening information to Mile 22 for extraction before the enemy closes in on them.
The mission is anything but easy, however, with his trusted operative team, Silva just might pull things off. Check out the final trailer for Mile 22 below.
In addition to Wahlberg, the film stars The Walking Dead‘s Lauren Cohan, Iko Uwais, Ronda Rousey, and John Malkovich. Producers are Peter Berg, Mark Wahlberg, and Stephen Levinson and the script is written by Graham Roland and Lea Carpenter.
Mile 22 is just the start of a much bigger universe that’s being planned. It was recently reported that, before this first film has even had a chance to hit theaters, a sequel film is already in the works with Black List writer Umair Aleem on board to write the script. STX has big plans to turn Mile 22 into a cross-platform franchise spanning from not only the big screen but also into television and even the virtual reality realm as well. I
It all kicks off when Mile 22 hits theaters on next weekend on August 3, 2018.
What do you think about the latest trailer for Mile 22? Are you excited to see what STX has in store for a Mile 22 franchise? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.
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