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Two movie producers in trouble with mob debt cast an elderly actor in an action-packed film and aim to accidentally kill him in a film stunt, all to collect insurance money.
In a nutshell, that’s the plot of the latest film starring screen legends Morgan Freeman, Robert DeNiro, Tommy Lee Jones and up-and-coming star Zach Braff.
The plot twist in “The Comeback Trail,” which opens in theaters in several countries this week but hits U.S. theaters in December, is that the fading old actor — played by Mr. Jones — can’t seem to die, much to the frustrations of producers, played by Mr. DeNiro and Mr. Braff, who are facing an angry mob boss, played by Me. Freeman.
“My hope is that this film simply makes people laugh. We presently find ourselves in dark, uncertain times. Laughter is a good thing,” director George Gallo, of “Midnight Run” and “Wise Guys” fame, told The Manila Times.
It’s settled: Canada Dry ginger ale contains none of the health benefits of ginger.