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Charlize Theron in first official trailer for The Old Guard

por Weldon Ackermann (2020-07-08)


Charlize Theron has a new Netflix movie coming out that puts her once again behind a gun for an action role.

The South African born beauty was seen in the official trailer for The Old Guard which was released on Thursday; the film will be available on July 10.

The veteran 44-year-old Hollywood actress wore her hair dark and short as she showed a trainee how to be a top mercenary. 'We don't have all the answers but we do have purpose,' said Theron's icy character.


















Back in action: Charlize Theron has a new Netflix movie coming out that puts her once again behind a gun for an action role







Gun gal: The South African born beauty was seen in the official trailer for The Old Guard on Thursday; the film will be released on July 10


The synopsis: A group of mercenaries, all centuries-old immortals with the ability to heal themselves, discover someone is onto their secret, and they must fight to protect their freedom.






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Gina Prince-Bythewood directs from the comic book of the same name.

The movie also stars KiKi Layne as Nile Freeman, Marwan Kenzari as Joe (Yusuf Al-Kaysani), Matthias Schoenaerts as Booker (Sebastian le Livre), Luca Marinelli as Nicky (Nicolo di Genova), Chiwetel Ejiofor as Copley, Harry Melling and Veronica Ngo.






A mystery: The trailer opens with Charlize walking down a narrow street with sunglasses on and a backpack. 'Who are you?' asks a woman. Theron's character says, 'You can call me Andy.'







Rare people: Theron's Andy says they are fighters with 'an extremely rare skill set.'







The movie must have cost a fortune: There are several different locations


The producers are Beth Kono, Dana Goldberg, A.J. Dix, Don Granger, David Ellison, 무료 웹툰 볼 수 있는 곳 Marc Evans.

Principal photography for the film began in Europe in mid-May 2019

The trailer opens with Charlize walking down a narrow street with sunglasses on and a backpack.






Not mortal: When the newbie asks what she means, the star says, 'Let's just say we're very hard to kill'


'Who are you?' asks a woman.

Theron's character says, 'You can call me Andy.'

Next a helicopter is seen flying over a sparse terrain. Theron's Andy says they are fighters with 'an extremely rare skill set.'






They were shot dozens of times: The group is outnumbered and caught with their guard down







Oh no there she goes down: It looks like the protagonist will expire as she falls down 







Dead for a while: The beauty looks very dead with blood on her face







Back up and ready to get them: She then wakes up from death and finishes off the men with the help of her staff 














When the newbie asks what she means, the star says, 'Let's just say we're very hard to kill.'

Theron and her group are seen being gunned down only for her to miraculously wake up and finish off the men.  

Charlize is then on the phone: 'I have the new one. I think she has potential.'






A new mercenary that cannot die: 'I have the new one. I think she has potential,' she said







She is a tough chick once again: In this scene she takes down some bad guys







A very strong woman: Theron must have trained for months to get all the moves down


Theron and the new girl, Nile, go at it on a plane and the girl proves she has good fighting skills.

When Theron throws the girl down and her arm becomes bloody but then the heal dries up, the newcomer is told: 'See you're already healing faster, you'll do great.'

Nile asks, 'So you good guys or bad guys?' A man says, 'Depends on the century' as old images from decades past are seen.






The new one who has a special skill too: The new face is Nile Freeman, played by KiKi Layne







The leader is in front: Several times the veteran killer is seen with her apprentice


'So you never really die?' asks the girl.

'Just because we keep living doesn't mean we stop hurting,' says a man.

Theron then says: 'We've protected this world fighting in the shadows.'  


















No thanks: The special killer is caught in a photo taken by a young woman







Sneaky: Theron offers to take a photo of the gals but before she does that she deletes the photo with her face in it







Taken out: The assassin does not want her face to be seen anywhere


Theron told Vanity Fair of the role: 'From the first moment I read [Greg] Rucka's graphic novel, I felt like there was great potential to make this thing feel really very relevant and have it ask some real questions about humanity.

'Is what we're doing enough? Is what we're doing actually changing anything? Are we making [things] better, or are we making the world worse?' 

The action star is also gearing up for upcoming roles in other franchises, including F9 and Atomic Blonde 2.

Atomic Blonde stuntman Sam Hargrave recently told The Guardian: 'Some of the stuff she did, her grit and determination, was incredible.'

Theron is also staying busy with philanthropy, recently launching Together For Her, a campaign to fight domestic violence amid COVID-19.


















Red carpet damsel: Theron attends the 26th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Auditorium in January



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