Next in the series of the Warner Bros superhits, ‘Those who wish me dead’ has an overwhelming majority of people waiting for the movie to come into the theatres. The genre of the movie is Drama and Thriller and is scheduled to be released this year.
Continue reading the blog to know more about the release date and cast.
‘Those who wish me Dead’, Cast and More-
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Directed by Tylor Sheridan, the movie brings the best female actress Angelina Jolie as Hannah Faber. Alongside Angelina co-actors, Jon Bernthal as Harrison, Nicholas Hoult as Patrick, Finn Little as Connor, Aiden Gillen as Jack Blackwell, Tyler Perry as Officer and Jake Weber will be starring in the movie.
The movie is full of thrill and action and the viewers will entirely be absorbed into it for an hour and 40 minutes. The plot of the movie revolves around a 12-year-old boy named Connor who witnessed the death, rather assassin of his father.
The murder happened in a National Forest and the little boy Connor is followed by the murderers who plan on annihilating him too. Connor, while his escape for life, meets Hannah, a survival expert who protects the little boy from murders and shelters him. The murderers later put the forest on fire while searching for them.
Both of them are having their lives at the stakes in the movie as the murders want to finish off the traces of evidence of the murder. The pair with their cleverness and courage have to withstand the flames that might turn them into ashes also the killers who desire to finish both of them.
Movie’s Release Date-
The movie ‘Those who wish me Dead’ is going to be shown in the theatres on 5th May 2021. The movie will also be available on Apple TV, Disney+ and Amazon Prime. This Warner Bros movie is the first Movie by Angelina in 2021.
The next movie where fans will come across her again in 2021 is ‘The Eternals’. The Movie is an Action/Adventure movie based on Marvel Comics and is published by the Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures as the 26th MCU film. The movie will be released late in November 2021.
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