A new trailer and poster have been released for Redemption (known as “Hummingbird” overseas). The film stars Jason Statham as an ex-special forces soldier who winds up homeless after going on the run from a court marshal. Joey then steals another man’s identity, and befriends a nun (Agata Buzek). As we saw in the previous trailer, this is a more dramatic role for Statham, but the action beats are still there. This leaves me wondering if Statham has even done a movie where he doesn’t hit somebody. If so, Statham should make a family film. I would see Cheaper by the Dozen 3 if it starred Jason Statham.
Hit the jump to check out the trailer and poster.
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