The official Kate trailer shows a wrathful and violent Mary Elizabeth Winstead finally handling her own John Wick-esque job. After first showing up in the TV series Passions at age 14, Winstead later became known as a “shout sovereign” for her starring jobs in the ghastliness hits Final Destination 3 and Black Christmas. She eventually caught the attention of high-profile directors like Quentin Tarantino and Edgar Wright, respectively working with them on the exploitation slasher flick Death Proof and cult comic-book satire Scott Pilgrim versus the World. Her popular talent despite generally sidestepping the A-list spotlight continues to benefit her sort decisions to this very day, allowing her most recently to act quickly with a supporting turn in Birds of Prey.
Winstead continues her action streak with Kate, whose official trailer shows the actress diverting an action champion in similar vindictive vein as Keanu Reeves in John Wick. The Netflix movie follows a professional killer named Kate who blows an assignment in Tokyo after being harmed. After learning the Yakuza organization is behind it, she just has 24 hours to exact retribution on her executioners before the toxin runs its course and kills her. The amazing supporting cast incorporates Woody Harrelson, Game of Thrones’ Michiel Huisman, and Tadanobu Asano from Thor: Ragnarok and Mortal Kombat. Look at the Kate trailer underneath:
With the first film being just seven years of age, the John Wick establishment has immediately demonstrated profoundly influential in Hollywood, as actors and studios try to replicate the effective equation. Bounce Odenkirk recently had his shot with Nobody, which scored positive audits and a decent film industry pull. Charlize Theron had hers before that with Atomic Blonde, a significantly greater achievement that common in the background talent with John Wick. While it’s difficult to predict how effective Kate will be contrasted with those titles, crowds can discover for themselves when the movie delivers on Netflix and in select theaters on September 10.