Following his tragic death late last year, the first trailer for one of Paul Walker's final films, Brick Mansions, has just dropped, along with a new poster. Directed by Camille Delamarre, the film is a remake of the 2004 French film District B13, which was directed and written by Taken helmer Luc Besson, and starred David Belle—as well as included a ton of parkour stunts. While Besson and Belle are back in Brick Mansions (Besson as a producer, Belle as a star), it also stars Walker and RZA, and instead of taking place in Paris, France, it takes place in Detroit.
These changes aside, the base plot is still the same: The leader (RZA) of a dodgy, crime-ridden section of the city called the brick mansions steals some weapons of mass destruction, and Walker—a detective—is sent into the area with a convict (Belle) who knows the brick mansions well. Belle is generally regarded as the founder of parkour, so you can be sure to expect a ton of parkour stunts in this remake as well.
Check out the trailer above, and the new poster below. Brick Mansions hits theaters on April 25.
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