Patriots Day 2016 HD Trailer Stills Feat Mark Wahlberg Wiki Details Release Date
Check out for the HD official trailer of the upcoming American drama movie “Patriots Day” along with stills images and wiki details. The official trailer of the movie was released on 14th November 2016 under CBS Films label. The trailer of the movie has been viewed more than 8 lakh times under 16 hours of release on its YouTube Channel. The trailer of the movie is said to be intense and intriguing that will good to watch in theaters at time of release in theaters. The movie is scheduled to release in theaters on 21st December 2016 worldwide under CBS Films and Lionsgate banner. The movie will mark its first premiere in AFI Fest on 17th November 2016 before the actual release of movie. The makers of the movie has shared the trailer of the movie on social networking site.
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The upcoming 2016 American movie “Partriots Day” is directorial venture of Peter Berg who has directed 2016 released film “Deepwater Horizon”. The movie is being produced by Scott Stuber, Dylan Clark, Mark Wahlberg, Stephen Levinson, Hutch Parker, Dorothy Aufiero and Michael Radutzky under Closest to the Hole Productions & Bluegrass Films banner.
The story of the movie is based on book with title “Boston Strong” which is writing of Casey Sherman and Dave Wedge. The story of the movie is penned by Peter Berg, Matt Cook, Paul Tamasy and Eric Johnson. Where as screenplay of the movie is narrated by Peter Berg, Matt Cook and Joshua Zetumer. The music of the movie is composed by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross. The cinematography of the movie is handled by Tobias Schliessler while editing of the movie is done by Colby Parker Jr. and Gabriel Fleming.
The movie is starring Mark Wahlberg, Kevin Bacon, John Goodman, J.K. Simmons and Michelle Monaghan in leading roles. Where as Alex Wolff. Themo Melikidze, Michael beach, Rachel Brosnahan and many more are in supporting roles.