This individual is not only a beekeeper but also a member of an enigmatic team of skilled assassins known as the Beekeepers, as one can easily deduce.
Great news for fans of Jason Statham as the first trailer for his upcoming movie, The Beekeeper, has been released. What’s even better is that this movie promises to be the most “Statham-like” film he has appeared in for quite some time. Directed by David Ayer of Suicide Squad fame (the earlier version), and with a screenplay by Kurt Wimmer who wrote Total Recall, Point Break, and The Thomas Crown Affair remakes, The Beekeeper is both a literal and metaphorical title. Statham plays an actual beekeeper who is also a highly trained assassin, willing to do anything to protect his metaphorical “hive” from any threats. In other words, he’ll stop at nothing to defend the innocent and helpless. It’s like John Wick, but instead of the usual action movie plotlines, the focus is on telemarketing scams. Don’t take it as a joke until you’ve watched the official trailer.
The trailer for The Beekeeper appears to be a fun-filled adventure that is perfect in every way. From its simple yet enjoyable concept to the selection of superb supporting actors, such as Jeremy Irons as the aristocratic villain, the entire movie looks promising. Moreover, the background music for the trailer, “Head Like A Hole,” originally sung by Nine Inch Nails, adds to the overall excitement. As usual, Jason Statham’s commitment to his roles, which he plays flawlessly with a playful tone, stands out. He is an exceptional movie star with his unique style. The Beekeeper is scheduled for release on January 12, which is great for us but unfortunate for the film industry, as it seems like the highly anticipated race for Best Movie of 2024 has ended so early in the year. Check out the poster below and start planning your Beekeeper costume for the premier today.
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