The First Trailer for One of Paul Walker's Final Films, "Brick Mansions," Is Here

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.

[via Indiewire]

[Image via EuropaCorp]

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