'Castle Falls': 5 things to know about Scott Adkins and Dolph Lundgren's action flick
The duo will reunite after starring together in 'Expendables 2' and 'Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning', and 'Legendary: Tomb of the Dragon'
Scott Adkins and Dolph Lundgren sharing screen space can only mean one thing: High-octane action. And that's exactly what the trailer of 'Castle Falls' promises. The duo will reunite after starring together in 'Expendables 2' and 'Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning', and 'Legendary: Tomb of the Dragon'.
They will star together alongside 'True Blood' star Ryan Kwanten in another explosive action flick in the offing, but for now, all the focus is on the actors who give the fans a glimpse of what it is when Ivan Drago and Yuri Boyka trade blows. With a runtime of 90 minutes, the trailer gives an inkling of what to expect and ahead of the film's release, here's everything you need to know about the flick.
When will 'Castle Falls' release and where to watch
'Castle Falls' will be available in cinemas and on VOD and Digital on December 3.
What is 'Castle Falls' about
"After decades of neglect, Castle Heights Hospital, this symbol of the city’s segregated past has been packed with dynamite and is ready to be demolished. No one knows that a gang leader, now in prison, hid the 3 million dollars in cash he stole from his rivals inside the abandoned building,” says the official synopsis. “Now, three desperate parties want the money – a blue collared ex-fighter (Adkins) who finds it while working as part of the demolition crew, a prison guard (Lundgren) willing to do anything to pay for his daughter’s cancer treatment, and a ruthless gang who claim to be the rightful owners. The demolition charges are set, everyone clears out and the Castle is set to fall in 90 minutes. The clock is ticking. Who will find the cash and: will they get out alive?”
Who stars in the action-thriller flick
Adkins and Lundgren play Mike and a former fighter working as part of a demolition group. Meanwhile, Lundgren plays Ericson, a prison guard. Dave Halls, Kim DeLonghi, Kevin Wayne, and Ida Lundgren round up the rest of the cast.
Lundgren directs the film based on the script by Andrew Knauer ('The Last Stand')