Gerard Butler Is Back In The Action-Packed ‘Angel Has Fallen’ Trailer

May 20, 2019

Category: Entertainment

In 2013, Gerard Butler introduced us to Mike Banning, a shamed former Secret Service agent turned President protector in Olympus Has Fallen. He reprised his role in 2016 with London Has Fallen, mowing down international terrorists to keep the world safe once again. Now, Banning is back in the Angel Has Fallen Trailer, which promises more spent bullets, explosions, and intense Butler glares to get your heart pumping.

This time around, Morgan Freeman will be playing the President of the United States. To make things even more interesting, Banning is framed for an assassination attempt. The plot is anything but fresh, but summer action blockbusters don’t need to be complex or layered to be worth the price of admission. Angel Has Fallen looks to be a noteworthy film for those who want to turn off their brains for a couple of hours and enjoy Butler taking out the baddies in spectacular fashion.

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