Coming Soon: Haywire – (2011)


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Coming Soon: Haywire - (2011) Genre: Action, Thriller, Release Date: 2012-01-20 Duration: 93 Min Direct...


Coming Soon: Haywire – (2011)

Coming Soon: Haywire - (2011)
Genre: Action, Thriller,
Release Date: 2012-01-20
Duration: 93 Min
Director:

  • Steven Soderbergh

This dynamic action-thriller directed by Oscar® winner Steven Soderbergh (Traffic) boasts a talented cast that includes Channing Tatum (GI Joe: Rise of the Cobra), Ewan McGregor (The Ghost Writer), Michael Fassbender (X-Men: First Class), Antonio Banderas (The Legend of Zoro), Bill Paxton (Big Love), Michael Douglas (Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps), Michael Angarano (Almost Famous); and introduces mixed martial arts (MMA) superstar Gina Carano as Mallory Kane, in a demanding lead role that has her performing her own high-adrenaline stunts.

Mallory Kane is a highly trained operative who works for a government security contractor in the dirtiest, most dangerous corners of the world. After successfully freeing a Chinese journalist held hostage, she is double crossed and left for dead by someone close to her in her own agency. Suddenly the target of skilled assassins who know her every move, Mallory must find the truth in order to stay alive.

Using her black-ops military training, she devises an ingenious and dangerous trap. But when things go haywire, Mallory realizes shell be killed in the blink of an eye unless she finds a way to turn the tables on her ruthless adversary.

Star:


Gina Carano

Ewan McGregor

Michael Fassbender

Michael Angarano

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