New Without Remorse trailer debuts ahead of April premiere
Amazon Prime Video has released the final trailer for its upcoming adaptation of Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse, starring Michael B. Jordan as John Kelly ahead of the film’s debut on the streaming platform on April 30. The trailer, which can be viewed below, features new footage of the film’s explosive action sequences that highlights Kelly’s formidable skills as a soldier and that he will stop at nothing in order to seek justice for his family’s murder.
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Originally scheduled for a theatrical release, Paramount Pictures sold the distribution rights of the film to Amazon Studios in mid-2020 due to the ongoing pandemic keeping theaters shut down. The development of the project was first announced in 2018 along with its planned sequel titled Rainbow Six, though it’s unclear whether or not the studio is still moving forward with the sequel.
Without Remorse sees Sr. Chief John Kelly pursuing a squad of Russian soldiers who assassinated his family in retaliation for his role in a top-secret operation and joins forces with a fellow SEAL and shadowy CIA agent, though his personal mission leads to him stumbling upon a cover plot threatening to plunge the U.S. and Russia into all-out war. Torn between personal honor and loyalty to his country, Kelly must fight his enemies without remorse if he hopes to avert disaster and reveal the powerful figures behind the conspiracy.
The film is led by Jordan (Black Panther), who stars alongside Jamie Bell, Luke Mitchell, Cam Gigandet, Jodie Turner-Smith, Jacob Scipio, Brett Gelman, Jack Kesy, Colman Domingo, Lauren London, Todd Lasance and Guy Pearce.
Directed by acclaimed filmmaker Stefano Sollima, Without Remorse adapts the explosive origin story of action hero John Clark, one of the most popular characters in author Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan universe. The movie is produced by Jordan, Akiva Goldsman (Transformers), Josh Appelbaum, and André Nemec.
John Clark has appeared in a number of Tom Clancy’s novels dating back to 1988’s The Cardinal and the Kremlin, as the darker side of the Jack Ryan character who works primarily in the field and typically operates by his own personal brand of ethics. The character was played by Willem Dafoe in Clear and Present Danger, starring Harrison Ford, and by Liev Schreiber in The Sum of All Fears starring Ben Affleck.