JCVD Reunites With TIMECOP Director For ENEMIES CLOSER. Watch The Trailer!

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It's a father-son duo behind the camera for upcoming Jean Claude Van Damme picture Enemies Closer with Peter Hyams - director of Timecop - directing and serving as DP while son John Hyams - director of the most recent pair of Universal Soldier films - working the edit bay. And Jean Claude? He's doing what he always does: Delivering beatings with a smile.

After a major shipment of drugs goes missing on the US-Canadian border, forest ranger and former Navy SEAL Henry is plunged into survival mode when the drug cartel forces him to help retrieve the downed package. Trapped in the wilderness with no communication to the outside world, Henry finds himself face to face with Clay, a man with a personal vendetta against Henry who has returned for retribution. Now, the two mortal enemies must make a choice: put aside their past and work together, or die alone at the hands of the drug runners, a ruthless gang who will stop at nothing to retrieve their lost cargo.
Tom Everett Scott and Orlando Jones also star in this one. Check out the trailer below.

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  • mightyjoeyoung

    "And Jean Claude? He's doing what he always does: Delivering beatings with a smile."

    Yeah, he seems to be enjoying himself, looks entertaining, thanks Mr Brown.

  • amaan

    just wow

  • SDAL

    From the description, I heard echoes of "Cliffhanger".
    JCVD is doing his best work as a villain these days. This looks pretty good.

  • kn

    with this trailer i say JCVD he's back , only these kind of movies wil do the trick for hem to come back in big screens...

  • Kurt

    Canoes and Mounties!

  • Qinlong

    I never thought I'd say that, but Van Damme really belongs to the big screen again (and actually, more than ever).

  • Vishnu Singh

    any word if this is a straight to video/VOD title or will it get any sort of cinema release?

  • It's part of the After Dark series, so if it follows the normal pattern it'll be a tiny theatrical simultaneous to VOD.

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