Clint Eastwood’s The 15:17 to Paris Trailer


Clint Eastwood continues his series of films about American heroes next year with The 15:17 to Paris, a movie based on the true story of three U.S. soldiers travelling abroad who step up to face a terrorist attack on a train to Paris. What makes this real-life thriller somewhat unique, however, is the fact that the three men all play themselves in the film. This has been attempted before with films like United 93 (starring several FAA officials playing themselves) and Act of Valor (starring real Navy SEALs in a fictional story) but not quite to this degree. The movie also co-stars Jenna Fischer, Judy Greer and Ray Corasani along with a cast of young actors portraying the three friends earlier in life. The 15:17 to Paris hits theatres on Feb. 9th; check out the trailer after the jump and see what you think.

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  • Blake in Boston

    Looks like a real stinker, guys.

  • Stinker

    Stinker likes it. Clint is making solid little pictures with no 150 Mio budget and a
    VII in the title. Good old cinema.

  • Henrik

    Well these guys are actual heroes. This should be good.

  • Jake

    Not really a fan of Eastwood, but I had not heard that the leads were being played by the actual heroes. This is a little more interesting now.

  • Beat_C

    exactly the kind of movie that shows why people roll their eyes at america and its hackneyed definition of heroism. oh, and look, judy greer is allowed to play a suffering and caring mom again. ugh.

  • FilMyWatchlist

    Looks like American Sniper v.2…. No thanks.