GOT and Spider-Man stars team up for new action thriller

Game of thrones‘Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and The Incredible Spider-Man 2Jamie Foxx set to lead all-star cast in gritty action thriller God is a bullet, according to Deadline.

Directed by Notebookby Nick Cassavetes – and based on the novel of the same name by Boston Teran in 1999 – the film centers on small town cop Bob Hightower (played by Coster-Waldau), who comes home one evening to find his ex – murdered woman, and her 14 year old daughter kidnapped by a satanic sect.

In a desperate attempt to find her, he quits his job, hardens his image, and infiltrates the gang in an attempt to hunt down the cult leader. His only help? The only escaped female victim of the cult, Case Hardin (played by Maika Monroe).

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Foxx would play the central supporting role of ‘The Ferryman’, while Andrew Dice Clay (Entourage) and Mad Men‘s January Jones is also listed. Filming is scheduled to begin May 24 in Mexico City.

“I am delighted to have God is a bullet in producing with my friend and producer / financier, Michael Mendelsohn, ”Cassavetes said.

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“It’s a gorgeous, ultra-dark work that’s both intensely creepy and literary at the same time, inspired by real events, with the most astonishing cast of actors.”

Mendelsohn, Kim H Winther and Jim Steele are lined up to produce the image. Sidney Kimmel, Chuck Pacheco, Paul Johansson and Natalie Perrotta are all on board as executive producers.

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