Gareth Evans Drops Details On THE RAID 2: BERANDAL Trailer And THE RAID 3
“@GaelicMohawk: The Raid 2 is gonna make me shit everywhere” I tend not to RT but this one I simply have to.
— Gareth Evans (@ghuwevans) January 7, 2014
Back in December of last year, filmmaker Gareth Evans hosted a brief Twitter Q&A where among a few other things, he acknowledged his composers, Fajar Yuskemal, Aria Prayogi and Joe Trapanese for their work on the score for his upcoming film, The Raid 2: Berandal, in addition to somewhat jokingly teasing a three-figure bodycount. Evans also addressed Film Combat Syndicate’s inquiry on how soon The Raid 3 would begin production, tweeting “I have a basic outline for part 3 – depends on how part 2 does, maybe 2017.”.
Before expressing his excitement for the final fight between actors Iko Uwais and Cecep Arif Rahman, and including some scene deletion details, potential DVD/Blu-Ray bonus features and more, Evans also went on to quickly hint on what would happen for the aforementioned “basic outline” for the third film, tweeting “The Raid 2” takes place two hours after the first, “The Raid 3” would start two hours before “The Raid 2″ ends.”.
Immediately following the events of the original, The Raid 2 follows Officer Rama as he is pressured to join an anticorruption task force in order to guarantee protection for his wife and child. His mission is to get close to a new mob boss, Bangun, by befriending his incarcerated son, Uco. Rama must hunt for information linking Bangun with corruption in the Jakarta police department while pursuing a dangerous and personal vendetta that threatens to consume him and bring his mission—and the organized crime syndicate—down around him.
Filmmaker Gareth Evans gloriously reunites with star Iko Uwais for this epic martial arts sequel. No longer confined to a single building, the fight spills across the streets of Jakarta—from prison yards to subway cars. Evans packs his film with enough jaw-dropping action and groan-inducing hits to rival a Hollywood studio’s entire summer slate. With Raid 2 and Park City at Midnight’s Killers, on which Evans serves as a producer, Indonesia establishes itself as a leader in genre filmmaking.
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April 1, 2014 @ 5:53 am
saya sudah nonton.
dan film ini luar biasa