The trailer for the new cop drama "Brooklyn's Finest," starring Richard Gere, Ethan Hawke, Don Cheadle and Wesley Snipes, has finally been released. Check it out below.
Plot: Burned out veteran Eddie Dugan (Gere) is just one week away from his pension and a fishing cabin in Connecticut. Narcotics officer Sal Procida (Hawke) has discovered there's no line he won't cross to provide a better life for his long-suffering wife and seven children. And Clarence "Tango" Butler (Cheadle) has been undercover so long his loyalties have started to shift from his fellow police officers to his prison buddy Caz (Snipes), one of Brooklyn's most infamous drug dealers. With personal and work pressures bearing down on them, each man faces daily tests of judgment and honor in one of the world's most difficult jobs.
"Brooklyn's Finest" is directed by Antoine Fuqua (Training Day) and is scheduled to hit theaters on March 5th, 2010, in limited release.
I've been waiting this trailer for awhile and im satisfied, this looks like it has a lot of potential. Gere looks great, surprisingly, and Hawke is continuing to surprise me as of recently and Cheadle looks awesome...but thats expected. Its nice to see Wesley Snipes back in a real movie, he looks good too. The trailer was really great, except for when they dropped Run This Town in the last lie 20 seconds...of all songs, they had to choose the sh*ttiest song on the worst Jay-Z album. Whatever, I hope the limited release isnt too limited
holtltwrites: on December 3rd, 2009 at 11:07:51 PM
Will Patton is a great plus
Eben1277writes: on December 4th, 2009 at 12:23:50 AM
Hmm. Richard Gere=Poor man's Denzel. Ethan Hawke playing a p*ssy version of Ray Liota from Narc. This makes me want to throw in season 3 of The Wire and forget I watched this trailer.
SACdaddywrites: on December 4th, 2009 at 1:55:38 AM
BTW, Shooter was a horrible adaptation of an awesome Stephen Hunter novel. You want to see real action, read some of his other books. Hollywood has never done his work much justice. They messed up Havana and Shooter couldn't be lamer. I just read The 47th Samurai and Dirty White Boys and was blown away by how easily both could be made into really good films. Too bad Hwood would just f*ck them up like the rest.