WATCH Trailer for "The Foreigner" Starring Jackie Chan & Pierce Brosnan

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The trailer for The Foreigner, the upcoming Jackie Chan/Pierce Brosnan thriller from Casino Royale and Goldeneye director Martin Campbell, was released Monday, but from the looks of things, it'll be closer to Taken than James Bond.

STX will release The Foreigner on October 13, 2017. The film will obviously showcase an hitherto never seen serious acting style of Chan and Pierce Brosnan is said to appear in a rare negative shaded role. The actor made a long lasting career out of playing good guys with smiles on their faces even when jumping out windows and hanging off ledges.

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With no answered Quan sets out as a vigilante to find out who killed his daughter. He plays a former IRA man turned politician, Liam Hennessy, who becomes the target of Jackie Chan's Bryan Mills-esque character.

This taut thriller stars world-renowned action stars Chan as a humble restaurant owner in London's Chinatown.

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The script for this one has been penned by David Marconi, and he in turn has adapted Stephen Leather's novel, The Chinaman. Chan will produce with Wayne Marc Godfrey, Arthur Sarkissian, Qi Jian Hong, Claire Kupchak, Scott Lumpkin, Jamie Marshall and Cathy Schulman.

Check out the trailer below.

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