Bullet Train Trailer: Brad Pitt Takes Us On Crazy Ride With Non-Stop Brutal Action Sequences

Sony Pictures has unveiled the first official trailer for Bullet Train starring Brad Pitt.

(L-R) Brad Pitt and Bad Bunny in Bullet Train. Image Source – Sony

After the first short teaser, Sony Picture has finally dropped the official trailer of Bullet Train. The action thriller feature starring Brad Pitt is all set to gift the viewers some witty jokes along with brutal action sequences. 2 minute 44 second long trailer is full of entertainment. Bullet Train is directed by David Leitch, who has previously directed films like Deadpool 2, Atomic Blonde and Hobbes & Shaw as well as John Wick.

David Leitch’s new action thriller boasts of a huge star cast. Apart from Brad Pitt, Bullet Train is also featuring stars like Zazie Beetz, Hiroyuki Sanada, Brian Tyree Henry, Sandra Bullock, Andrew Koji, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Joey King and Bad Bunny.

In the trailer, it is seen that there are several Assassins in a non-stop bullet train in Japan and they are all looking for the same briefcase. They find each other in front of them while trying to find the briefcase. In the trailer, it is seen that there are several Assassins in a non-stop bullet train in Japan and they are all looking for the same briefcase. In their quest to get the briefcase, they find each other in front of them. All those Assassins have the same mission, to get the Briefcase which leads them to chaos with some nonstop brutal action sequences.

Bullet Train trailer also reminds us of John Wick. Looking at Brad Pitt, who can say that he is 58 years old today, his energy is worth seeing. Seeing him doing brutal action, the thought of Mr. & Mrs. Smith also comes to our mind. We’ve seen Brad Pitt in the trailer for ‘The Lost City’ with similar energy.

Brad Pitt’s Bullet Train is based on book ‘Maria Beetle’ by Kotaro Isaka. David Leitch is also producing the film with Kelly McCormick and Antonie Fuqua. Ryosuke Saegusa, Kat Samick, Yuma Terada and Brent O’Connor are serving as executive producers.

Release Date

Brad Pitt’s ‘Bullet Train’ is set to release in theatres on July 15, 2022.

See Below Bullet Train first official trailer.

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