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Jason Momoa is fighting for survival in the newly released first look photo from his upcoming film, ‘Braven.’ The photo was distributed by Highland Film Group, which will be handling the survival thriller’s international sales at the Berlin International Film Festival. The movie, which recently wrapped principal photography in Newfoundland, Canada, has not received an official release date yet. Momoa, who will next be seen playing Aquaman in the anticipated superhero film, ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,’ will be joined by Garret Dillahunt, Stephen Lang, Zahn McClarnon, Brendan Fletcher, Jill Wagner, Sala Baker, Teach Grant, Fraser Aitcheson and James Harvey Ward in ‘Braven.’ The thriller’s lead actor also served [ Read More ]
- Karen Benardello
Highland Film Group has released the first look photo of Jason Momoa in the new survival thriller Braven, which recently wrapped principal photography. No release date has been set at this time, but Highland Film Group will be handling international sales at the Berlin International Film Festival. It isn't known when the first trailer may be released for Braven quite yet, so stay tuned.
When Joe Braven (Jason Momoa), a humble logger residing along the U.S./Canada border, is confronted by a group of deadly drug runners in his secluded cabin in the mountains, he must do everything in his power to protect his family. Little do the elite drug runners know the unassuming man they've encountered has an impressive bite colliding two dynamic forces - one fighting for the lives of his family, the other for the love of the kill.
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