In the order of disappearance, the Swedish black comedy receives an American remake, in addition to the same director. Now the first preview came in.
The Norwegian film, “The disappearance order” of 2014, was shot by Stellan Skarsgård and gained quite popularity among film fans and critics around the world, so it’s no wonder Hollywood looks like this. The twist is that the American director remembers the Norwegian director Hans Petter Moland, who brought the original to the top, so it’s a bit more interesting to start processing as Hard Powder, but as a Cold Pursuit refer to it.
The story is centered on Nels Coxman (Liam Neeson), who is acting as a snowman in a Colorado skiing village, and because of his blessing for the community, he is also elected as a citizen of the year. Nels is happy to live a quiet life with his wife (Laura Dern) and her son, but it gets a nightmare all night when her child is murdered by a local drug cartel. Nels takes his own hands to justice, but accidentally blows up a gang warfare that can sweep the entire city. Unless he puts it to an end sooner. The first film in the movie is particularly intimate,
Cold Pursuit will be released in the United States on February 8, 2019 and Emes Rossum, Laura Dern, Tom Bateman, Julia Jones and William Forsythe will also appear in the US outside of Neeson.