The Final Score UK Trailer Stars Dave Bautista Die Hard Style

Dave Bautista might be ‘medical professional’ and keeping ‘order’ at Hotel Artemis just now. This September he will be borrowing the John McLean rulebook as he goes all out Die Hard in The Final Score.

The upcoming UK action thriller won’t see the Guardians Of The Galaxy star see him kick villains behind in a Skyscraper or at an airport. But at a Football (soccer) Stadium!

After releasing a short teaser trailer last month, Sky Cinema has now released the full UK Trailer. Bautista is slowly moving into action star stardom and he looks like a star with a particular set of skills. He’ll have to as he has his young niece and 35,000 people to rescue. Can he do it in 90 minutes or will he need ‘extra-time’?

You may wonder why an ex-US Soldier would be doing in a football stadium in England or even be a hotbed for terrorism. If you’re a West Ham United fan there will be a big sense of nostalgia, it’s Upton Park. A stadium that Hammer fans wish they still playing their football at instead of the current home.

Could big Dave give the English Football fans disappointed from the World cup outcome the channel to release the frustration? Rest of the UK we’ll watch this as well as rewatch Croatian won.

A group of heavily armed criminals takes control of a stadium packed with 35,000 football fans. Ex-soldier Michael Knox (Dave Bautista, AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR, GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY, BLADE RUNNER 2049, SPECTRE) is forced to use skills from his military background and everything at his disposal to save the spectators, including the life of a fallen comrade’s daughter.

Related: Dave Bautista Saves Football (Fans) In Final Score UK Trailer

Final Score will be released in UK and Irish Cinemas from 7th September. Sky Cinema customers have exclusive access to see it on Sky Cinema from the same day.

The film also stars Pierce Brosnan, Lara Peake, Ray Stevenson, Ralph Brown and Amit Shah.

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