Earlier this year, there was an action thriller called Bastille Day slated to hit theaters in February across the pond. But then the terrorist attacks in Paris last fall resulted in a delay of the movie until April. The movie has already opened in a bunch of international territories, but during that time the terrorist attacks in Nice, France which happened on the titular holiday have forced the movie to have a new title here in the United States.
The Take is now the name of the new action thriller starring Idris Elba, who proves perfectly why he would make a great James Bond. We had previously already gotten a look at the film from the international trailer, but now a new The Take trailer has arrived for the domestic release this fall. Read More »
Posted on Tuesday, February 16th, 2016 by Angie Han
Yes, it’s got “Day” in the title, but no, it’s not another one of Garry Marshall’s middling ensemble romcoms. Bastille Day stars Idris Elba as a CIA agent looking into a bombing attack in Paris. He teams up with an American pickpocket (Richard Madden from Game of Thrones), who’s unwittingly gotten mixed up in the whole affair. Together, they start to unravel a large-scale conspiracy within the police force. Watch the first Bastille Day trailer after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Tuesday, November 12th, 2013 by Angie Han
Thanks to Garry Marshall, we can’t hear of a movie title named after a holiday without fearing that it’ll be another dreadful sequel to Valentine’s Day and New Year’s Eve. But fear not — Bastille Day has about as much in common with those films as Taken does with What to Expect When You’re Expecting.
Instead, Bastille Day centers around a CIA agent who’s tasked with stopping a terrorist attack on Paris. And playing the part of the hero will be Idris Elba, fresh off of Thor: The Dark World. More about the new film after the jump.
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