March 25, 2023

Michelle Monaghan Versus Jason Clarke In Black Site Trailer


A deadly game of cat and mouse as Michelle Monaghan faces off with Jason Clarke in the official Trailer for action thriller Black Site.

You ever wondered what happens to the world’s most dangerous go? They get locked away in a secret underground black site facility. CIA Agent (Monaghan) has a personal challenge to capture the so called world’s most dangerous criminal who goes under the code name Hatchet (Clarke). They capture him, however he escapes his cell and Abbey must go on a deadly cat and mouse chase to get him.

You could say the trailer could be labelled a spoiler as it seems to reveal most of what’s happening. It pushes the fact it’s producers also worked on John Wick and Sicario. If they can take elements of those films for this one we ma just have a fun popcorn thriller on the cards.

CIA Agent Abby Trent (Michelle Monaghan) manages an underground black site facility that imprisons dangerous and high-risk detainees. Days before Abby’s reassignment to a new post, Special Ops bring in a high-value target at the top of every Most Wanted list — codename: Hatchet (Jason Clarke). Hatchet is notorious for killing his enemies in a gruesome manner, and for Abby, his capture is personal. Determined to avenge her husband’s death at the hands of Hatchet, Abby’s plan is soon thrown into chaos once Hatchet escapes and begins a bloody game of murdering the site officers —one-by-one. While Abby and the team hunt him down, she quickly discovers that there are moles within the ranks compromising the mission. With time running out, Abby doubts everyone around her, begging the question who can she really trust?

The film also stars Jai Courtney, Pallavi Sharda, Fayssal Bazzi, Phoenix Raei,Logan Huffman, Todd Lasance, Lincoln Lewis, Pacharo Mzembe, Lucy Barrett, Simon Elrahi, Joey Vieira, and Uli Latukefu.

Black Site is being released by Red Box Entertainment via select cinemas and their streaming platform in the U.S on 3rd May. Here in the UK we don’t have Red Box, so no word if or when it will get a UK or Irish release.