‘Jungleland’ trailer is out now and it packs a hell of a wallop.
Paramount Pictures has released the official trailer for the long-awaited bare-knuckle boxing drama ‘Jungleland’ which was filmed in and around Fall River.
The film stars Charlie Hunnam as Stanley, brother, and trainer of bare-knuckle boxer Lion (played by Jack O’Connell).
‘Jungleland’ follows the story of the two brothers struggling to stay relevant in the underground world of bare-knuckle boxing. The two travel across the country for one last high-stakes match that becomes a fight for their lives, along with an unexpected companion (Jessica Barden) after failing to pay back a dangerous crime boss (Jonathon Majors).
While Stanley trains Lion for the fight of his life, a series of unexpected events threaten to tear the brothers apart. However, their love for each other and belief in a better life keeps them going.
Directed by Max Winkler, ‘Jungleland’ first debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival and earned rave reviews. The film is written by Theodore Bressman, David Branson Smith, and Winkler.
Romulus Entertainment and Scott Free are the key production companies backing the film, while Ridley Scott serves as executive producer. Brad Feinstein, Jules Daly, Kevin J. Walsh and Ryan Stowell are the producers.
‘Jungleland’ is set for a limited theatrical release on Nov. 6, followed by video on demand on Nov. 10.
We have some powerful dialogues from the film’s trailer. Check out Dialogues below: