New Clip from RED Profiles Bruce Willis' Character
10.10.10 by BJSprecher
Director Robert Schwentke's (The Time Traveler's Wife) new movie, RED, opens up in less than a week's time and a new clip has been released that explains the meaning of the title of the movie and also sets up headliner Bruce Willis' character, Frank Moses, as a one bad mofo. Based on the DC Comics graphic novel of the same name created by Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner, RED follows a group of ex-CIA covert operatives who band together to strike back at their former employer after they discover that each of them has been targeted for termination.
In this clip, CIA records keeper Henry (Academy Award-winner Ernest Borgnine) shares a dossier on Frank with Agent Cooper (Karl Urban) and explains how he was forced out of active service when he got too old and classified as "Retired, Extremely Dangerous."
Mary-Louise Parker, Brian Cox and Academy Award-winners Morgan Freeman, Dame Helen Mirren, and Richard Dreyfuss also star.