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First Bullet Train footage gets rave reactions as viewers compare it to movies by John Woo and Guy Ritchie

The first 20 minutes of the upcoming action movie Bullet Train screened at CinemaCon and the audience response was overwhelmingly positive.

“Just watched the first 20 minutes of BULLET TRAIN. It’s funny, violent and Brad Pitt looks perfect for the David Leitch action genre!” tweeted Jason Guerrasio, insider entertainment reporter.

“First of all, the TGV. David Leitch is at home” I said ankle journalist

Jeff Sneider. “He showed us the first 10-15 minutes. It was as if John Woo got his hands on a Guy Ritchie script.

Meanwhile, Fandango editor Erik Davis tweeted“We watched the first 15 minutes of Bullet Train, it was awesome. A group of crazed assassins who collide on a train. Brad Pitt thinks it’s a simple pickpocket, and then all hell breaks loose. Lots of humor too.”

Based on the Japanese novel Maria Beetle by Kōtarō Isaka (the English translation is called Bullet Train), the story follows a group of assassins who discover that their missions are all interconnected on a Tokyo bullet train. So we bet there won’t be much peace in the world.

The Bullet Train cast also includes Michael Shannon, Aaron Taylor Johnson, Logan Lerman, Joey King, Zazie Beetz, Brian Tyree Henry, Andrew Koji, Masi Oka, Sandra Bullock, and Bad Bunny.

The film is directed by David Leitch, whose previous offerings include the Charlize Theron-directed action thriller. atomic blonde, dead pool 2and Fast and Furious Gifts: Hobbs and Shaw.

Bullet Train hits the big screen on July 29. In the meantime, take a look at our other list. upcoming movies Get excited for 2022 and beyond.


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First Bullet Train footage gets rave reactions as viewers compare it to movies by John Woo and Guy Ritchie

The first 20 minutes of upcoming action movie Bullet Train have premiered at CinemaCon, and reactions from viewers are overwhelmingly positive. 
“Just saw 1st 20 minutes of BULLET TRAIN. It’s funny, violent, and Brad Pitt looks to be perfect for David Leitch’s brand of action!” tweeted Insider entertainment correspondent Jason Guerrasio. 
“First up, BULLET TRAIN. David Leitch in the house,” said The Ankler reporter 
Jeff Sneider. “Showed us the first 10-15 mins. of the film… It felt like John Woo got his hands on a Guy Ritchie script.”
Meanwhile, Fandango editor Erik Davis tweeted: “We just watched the first 15 minutes or so of Bullet Train, which was awesome. A bunch of crazy assassins on a train, all colliding with one another. Brad Pitt thinks it’s a simple snatch-and-grab job, and then all hell breaks loose. Terrific humor, too.”
Based on the Japanese novel Maria Beetle by Kōtarō Isaka (the English translation is titled Bullet Train), the story follows a group of assassins on board a high-speed Tokyo train who discover that their assignments are all interconnected. We’re betting there’s not going to be much peace being put out into the world, then. 
Bullet Train’s ensemble cast also includes Michael Shannon, Aaron Taylor Johnson, Logan Lerman, Joey King, Zazie Beetz, Brian Tyree Henry, Andrew Koji, Masi Oka, Sandra Bullock, and Bad Bunny. 
The movie is directed by David Leitch, whose previous offerings include Charlize Theron-led action-thriller Atomic Blonde, Deadpool 2, and Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw. 
Bullet Train arrives on the big screen on July 29. In the meantime, check out our list of the other upcoming movies to get excited about in 2022 and beyond. 

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First Bullet Train footage gets rave reactions as viewers compare it to movies by John Woo and Guy Ritchie

The first 20 minutes of upcoming action movie Bullet Train have premiered at CinemaCon, and reactions from viewers are overwhelmingly positive. 
“Just saw 1st 20 minutes of BULLET TRAIN. It’s funny, violent, and Brad Pitt looks to be perfect for David Leitch’s brand of action!” tweeted Insider entertainment correspondent Jason Guerrasio. 
“First up, BULLET TRAIN. David Leitch in the house,” said The Ankler reporter 
Jeff Sneider. “Showed us the first 10-15 mins. of the film… It felt like John Woo got his hands on a Guy Ritchie script.”
Meanwhile, Fandango editor Erik Davis tweeted: “We just watched the first 15 minutes or so of Bullet Train, which was awesome. A bunch of crazy assassins on a train, all colliding with one another. Brad Pitt thinks it’s a simple snatch-and-grab job, and then all hell breaks loose. Terrific humor, too.”
Based on the Japanese novel Maria Beetle by Kōtarō Isaka (the English translation is titled Bullet Train), the story follows a group of assassins on board a high-speed Tokyo train who discover that their assignments are all interconnected. We’re betting there’s not going to be much peace being put out into the world, then. 
Bullet Train’s ensemble cast also includes Michael Shannon, Aaron Taylor Johnson, Logan Lerman, Joey King, Zazie Beetz, Brian Tyree Henry, Andrew Koji, Masi Oka, Sandra Bullock, and Bad Bunny. 
The movie is directed by David Leitch, whose previous offerings include Charlize Theron-led action-thriller Atomic Blonde, Deadpool 2, and Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw. 
Bullet Train arrives on the big screen on July 29. In the meantime, check out our list of the other upcoming movies to get excited about in 2022 and beyond. 

#Bullet #Train #footage #rave #reactions #viewers #compare #movies #John #Woo #Guy #Ritchie


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