by Brad Pitt High-speed train hits theaters this summer, and it looks like the long-awaited action-comedy’s promotional journey is picking up speed. However, Sandra Bullock’s Maria Beetle has been missing so far. After his phone conversation with Pitt’s Ladybug was featured in the first trailer, a new TV spot shows Beetle’s perspective on the call.
The last High-speed train TV spot broadcast by sony is now making the rounds on social media and previewing new footage from the upcoming movie. The scene that stands out, however, is the one that offers the first look at Bullock’s character in High-speed train. We already knew she’d be taking on the role of Ladybug’s handler, but other than just hearing her voice in the first trailer, fans had yet to see her character. The new preview fixed that.
The High-speed train The TV spot begins with the phone conversation between Pitt’s Ladybug and Bullock’s Beetle, where the assassin is heard telling his master that he’s ready for the next job. “You wanted something simple for your first job back? It doesn’t get any easier,” Beetle tells him, assigning him the job that will take him on a trip aboard the Tokyo bullet train, where several other assassins perform a similar task. Sporting a funky hairstyle and a white button-up shirt, Bullock fits into the role of a manager in what appears to be a Japanese-style office.
Many scenes featured in the TV spot have already been seen in the first official High-speed train trailer. However, there are a few new scenes, including Pitt’s Ladybug having a fun conversation with Hiroyuki Sanada’s elder. Another shows him being dragged by the legs by two thugs, as he jokes that he didn’t expect to see the person behind his situation like this. Directed by David Leitch, who brought Deadpool 2 live, High-speed train should be a hilarious ride, and all the clips released so far promise the same.
High-speed trainwhich is based on the best-selling Japanese novel by Kōtarō Isaka Maria Beetle, features a star-studded cast. Besides Pitt, Bullock and Sanada, the film features Joey King, Andrew Koji, Brian Tyree Henry, Michael Shannon, Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Benito A Martínez Ocasio.
High-speed train is set to hit theaters on August 5, 2022.
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