New Poster, Trailer for Bangkok Dangerous Remake

Apparently people still flock to the theaters to see a movie just because Nicolas Cage is in it. Or at least that seems to be the premise behind his new poster design for the Pang Brothers’ “Bangkok Dangerous”, which is a Hollywood remake of their own 1999 film of the same name. (Yup, they remade their own movie. Bitch about that, Asian film purists!) Here’s a new poster for said remake, featuring a very prominent look at Cage’s face, just in case, you know, you don’t know what he looks like, or something. Plus, a Spanish trailer that surfaced a while back. The tagline for the film: “One man. One bullet. One shot.”

A cold-blooded hit man heads to Bangkok to pull off four jobs, and winds up falling in love with a local girl and bonding with his errand boy.

Starring Nicolas Cage, Steve Baldocchi, Chris Heebink, James Wearing Smith, Charlie Young, and directed by Oxide Pang and Danny Pang.

Poster via:

Poster for the Bangkok Dangerous Remake

The trailer is in Spanish, but from what I can gather, they’ve changed the storyline up a bit. The original had the hitman as a deaf-mute who lived a solitary, bare-bones existence. Cage’s hitman in the remake seems to be a globe-trotting assassin, and I can’t figure out if he’s also deaf or mute or neither.


Replaced the Spanish trailer with an English, domestic version: