The primary trailer for the impending action thrill ride, Prisoners of the Ghostland, has been released, showcasing star Nicolas Cage in close leathers with a samurai sword. Co-starring Sofia Boutella (Atomic Blonde), Nick Cassavetes (Face/Off), and Bill Moseley (Halloween 2007), the film follows a famous criminal (Cage) who is tasked with tracking down and safeguarding Bernice (Boutella), the abducted daughter of a wealthy warlord. Prisoners of the Ghostland is coordinated by Sion Sono and marks the subsequent time Cage and Cassavetes have appeared in a film together since 1997’s Face/Off.
As of late, RLJE Films released the principal trailer for Prisoners of the Ghostland, teasing audiences with a brief look into the crazy, fierce, and hilarious Western-enlivened universe of Samurai the film takes place in. After Cage is tasked with tracking down Bernice, he’s strapped into a leather suit fitted with strategically-placed bombs, guaranteeing a horrifying death on the off chance that he ought to fail to recuperate her in the five days allotted to him. Upon entering the unfavorable “Ghostland,” it appears Cage should contend with faction like gatherings of outlaws and even the supernatural to finish his main goal and discover reclamation. Look at the trailer beneath:
Cage has had something of a comeback throughout the last couple of years, persistently appearing in strange, auteur-driven movies that are ready for a religion following, including films like Mandy, Color Out Of Space, and, most as of late, the critically-acclaimed Pig. Prisoners of the Ghostland appears as in the event that it will be no exemption and is, in the most natural sounding way for Cage, “The most out of control movie [he’s] at any point made.” Cage’s latest offering appears to be ready to convey a greater amount of the craziness his fans expect and appears as on the off chance that it may also feature creative action, interesting world-building, and a convincing cast of supporting characters. Prisoners of the Ghostland releases in theaters and on-demand September seventeenth.