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Red 2 (18-Jul-2013)

Director: Dean Parisot

Writers: Erich Hoeber; Jon Hoeber

From graphic novel by: Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner

Keywords: Action/Comedy

Sequel to the 2010 comic book-based action romp follows the continuing adventures of an ex-CIA agent and his ragtag team of specialized operatives.

ABSTRACT
Sequel to Red (2010). Frank Moses' attempts to live a low-key life with girlfriend Sarah Ross following the events of Red are interrupted by friend Marvin Boggs' insistence that people are following them, a concern that falls on deaf ears until Boggs' car ultimately explodes after warning Frank a second time. After a brush with a terrorist at a Yankee White interrogation facility following Marvin's funeral, Frank finally realizes that his own life may very well be in grave danger, and moves to reunite his old group of elite operatives for a globetrotting quest that leads to a hunt for a missing portable nuclear device.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Steven Berkoff
Actor
3-Aug-1937   London Theatre Group
Brian Cox
Actor
1-Jun-1946   The original Hannibal Lecter
Garrick Hagon
Actor
27-Sep-1939   Gavin Jones in The Adventurer
Anthony Hopkins
Actor
31-Dec-1937   Hannibal Lecter
John Malkovich
Actor
9-Dec-1953   Subject of Being John Malkovich
Neal McDonough
Actor
13-Feb-1966   Medical Investigation, Boomtown
Helen Mirren
Actor
26-Jul-1945   Prime Suspect
Mary-Louise Parker
Actor
2-Aug-1964   Weeds
Tim Pigott-Smith
Actor
13-May-1946   The Jewel in the Crown
David Thewlis
Actor
20-Mar-1963   Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Bruce Willis
Actor
19-Mar-1955   Die Hard
Catherine Zeta-Jones
Actor
25-Sep-1969   Traffic

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