An upcoming installment in Nicholas Cage’s current pulp period (the next is Season of the Witch) is Drive Angry, the 3D revenge/road film from Patrick Lussier (My Bloody Valentine 3D). For interviews and a behind-the-scenes look at the film’s production be sure to check out Steve’s set visit. In advance of its premiere at Comic-Con on Friday, the first official images of the film have gone online. One is of Cage as Milton, the tough as nails criminal who breaks out of Hell on a quest for redemption, and the other is of William Fichtner as The Accountant, a mysterious demonic agent sent to retrieve Milton and return him to the fiery depths from which he came. Drive Angry will open February 11, 2011. Hit the jump for the high resolution images as well as the official synopsis.
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