Netflix has released a new trailer for action movie ‘The Interceptor’ – The UBJ
The latest trailer for Netflix’s upcoming action movie Interceptor starring Elsa Pataky has been released and features Pataky defending a remote missile interceptor station from a threat.
The action thriller, starring Elsa Pataky, Luke Bracey, Aaron Glenane and Mayen Mehta, tells the story of an army captain who must use his decades of training and expertise to defend himself against attacks coordinates against the missile intercept station it commands.
With a screenplay co-written by Stuart Beattie, the same mind behind Collateral, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl and 30 Days of Night, it’s hard to predict exactly how this brand new movie will play out.
With echoes of both the Bruce Willis classic Die Hard and the Sean Connery and Nicolas Cage film The Rock, we hope this all-new film can live up to the greatness of these genre icons.
“As anyone who has read my novels will know, I love telling great action stories at a breakneck pace,” first director Matthew Reilly said in a statement. “I wanted to bring that kind of lightning-fast, relentless, high-stakes storytelling to cinema, and that’s how Interceptor was born.” “Elsa is ideal as the protagonist: a strong, independent, determined woman who, in the face of overwhelming odds, simply refuses to give up,” he continued.
“After being wrongfully fired from her dream job at the Pentagon, tough and reality-scarred Captain JJ Collins (Elsa Pataky) finds herself in charge of a remote nuclear missile interceptor base in the middle of the world. ‘Pacific Ocean,’ the official synopsis reads. of the movie. “When a simultaneous coordinated attack threatens the base itself, Collins encounters the charismatic but sleazy Alexander Kessel (Luke Bracey), a former US military intelligence officer bent on executing an unthinkable plan.” Collins must use her years of tactical training and military expertise to figure out who she can trust and stop Kessel and his secret mercenaries from completing their twisted and terrible mission with only minutes on the clock.
Interceptor hits Netflix on June 3, competing in the UK release schedule with only Bergman Island and Dashcam.