There's plenty of that in his new film "Death Wish".
With the helmer of the Hostel series Eli Roth attached as the director and Bruce Willis headlining, we could witness a genre-bending bloodbath that complements the classic 1974-1994 Charles Bronson film franchise's existing revenge and justice fulfilment catharses. So by the end of the film he's really much closer to John McClane...
MGM just launched its first trailer for Death Wish (2017) this morning. "Who are you?" one drug-dealer asks him.
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Read and download the full Den of Geek Special Edition magazine here! Whereas Bronson's Paul Kersey was a New York City architect, Willis' Kersey is a Chicago surgeon, although both characters turn murderously vengeful after their respective wives and daughters fall victim to a brutal home invasion. Along with Willis, Death Wish features actors like Vincent D'Onorio (Daredevil), Elisabeth Shue (Leaving Las Vegas), Dean Norris (Breaking Bad) and Mike Epps.
Charles Bronson starred in the original 1974 Death Wish film (in turn based on a 1972 Brian Garfield novel) as Paul Kersey (Paul Benjamin in the novel), a NY man who turns vigilante following the murder of his wife. When the remake was in town back in September shooting for a few days (most of the film was shot in Montreal), Tribune film critic Michael Phillips wrote about "Death Wish" and its legacy. However, its old-fashioned actioner approach could resonate with audiences looking for a guilty pleasure.
Death Wish will be in theaters on November 22.