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Brick Mansions, starring the former Paul Walker, opens in theaters this weekend. The film is the latest from writer/producer Luc Besson.
The movie is a remake of the 2004 French film District B13. It centers on an undercover Detroit cop who works within an area defined by a containment wall.
The late Walker as Damien. The film was directed by Camille Delamarre and written by Besson and Bibi Naceri. It features plenty of action, including car chases and acrobatic stunts.
Damien teams with ex-con Lino, played by David Belle, according the Associated Press. Wu-Tang Clan rapper RZA plays Tremaine, a crime lord, in the film.
The release date of the film shifted after Walker's tragic death in a car accident in November 2013. Justin Chang of Variety, said the movie offers a “thrilling, haunting sight of Walker temporarily restored to his action-star prime.”
Brick Mansions, is a Relativity Media release and opens in theaters on Friday.
Here is a trailer: