First ‘Project Power’ Clip Sees Joseph Gordon-Levitt Get Shot Right in the Dang Face and…… Survive It! Are you a superhero-film buff? Do mighty folks in capes and caps delight and inspire and awe you? If your answer is ‘Yes’, congratulations, you are in for some really good news.
Project Power, the superhero-movie by Netflix is scheduled to be released on August 14, 2020. And meanwhile, the first clip from the film is out. It shows something spectacular!
What The First Clip Reveals:
In the clip of Project Power that came out during last week’s Comic-Con@Home, we saw Joseph Gordon Levitt taking the pill and making the most of his temporary super-power.
He gets shot right in the head but due to his recently acquired power, he survives it without scratches.
The Plot Project Power
The movie will revolve around a former military man. He will team up with a cop to find the source behind a mysterious pill that can generate temporary superpowers.
The plot-description of the movie on IMDb reads,” When a pill that gives its users unpredictable superpowers for five minutes hits the streets of New Orleans, a teenage dealer and a local cop must team with an ex-soldier to take down the group responsible for its creation.” The film will naturally be full of action.
Jamie Foxx will appear in the role of Art and Joseph Gordon-Levitt in the role of Frank. Also, Dominique Fishback as will play the character of Robin, and Machine Gun Kelly will play the character of Newt. Both Jamie Foxx and Joseph Gordon are popular faces of Hollywood productions.
The movie, naturally, banks on their star-power and acting acumen. Since it is a superhero-movie, fans will surely be hoping to witness awesome action-pieces, cool effects, and great visuals.
The film has been directed by Henry Joost and Ariel Shulman. The filming principally took place in New Orleans. Joseph Gordon injured himself during the filming-process while riding a bicycle.
The film will be globally distributed by Netflix and they will surely be hoping to bag in great reviews and responses in these times of lockdown in most of the countries.