The Yellowstone star and C&I reader favorite plays rough in a thriller from Crank co-director Mark Neveldine.
Even when he isn’t bringing folks to the train station in Yellowstone, C&I reader favorite Cole Hauser can kick ass with the best of them. So it probably was only a matter of time before he’d be cast opposite bad boy Mel Gibson in a movie calling for industrial-strength mayhem.
Panama, scheduled for a March 18 digital and theatrical release, is an action thriller directed by Mark Neveldine, co-director (with Brian Taylor) of Crank and Crank: High Voltage, and set during the political upheaval of 1989 Panama. The plot? When the U.S. is on the brink of invading the Central American country, Becker (Hauser), a former U.S. Marine, is hired by a CIA operative (Gibson) for a top secret arms trade mission. But while he’s on his own among the most region’s dangerous arms dealers, Becker learns an important lesson about the true nature of political power.
And hey! Look who gets top billing on the poster!
Here is the just-released trailer for Panama.