After yesterday’s set photos, the first official image from Len Wiseman’s remake of Total Recall has gone online. In the image, Colin Farrell is apparently at the mercy of two guys playing paintball. When the film has its presentation at Comic-Con, will someone please go to the mic and ask Wiseman there will be anything half as creative as Kuato or the chick with three boobs in Paul Verhoeven’s original. Maybe the Comic-Con presentation will turn me around on this film but neither Wiseman’s filmography nor any of these Total Recall images have made me interested in this movie.
Hit the jump to check out the image. The film also stars Kate Beckinsale, Jessica Biel, John Cho, Ethan Hawke, and Bryan Cranston. Total Recall opens August 3, 2012.
Image from the new issue of Entertainment Weekly [via The Film Stage].
For those who don’t know about the plot, Farrell plays a factory worker who discovers that he’s a spy but he’s not sure if it’s for the nation-state of Euromerica or its enemy New Shanghai.
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