Chris Hemsworth and Tang Wei ‘s “Blackhat” Releases First Trailer

By on October 3, 2014 in Movies

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Hollywood heist thriller, Blackhat, has released its first trailer. Directed and produced by Michael Mann, the movie will open in theaters on January 16, 2015. The film is Michael Mann’s first directorial project in six years; his last movie was 2009’s Public Enemies.

Blackhat stars Chris Hemsworth, Viola Davis, Holt McCallany, Tang Wei (湯唯), and Leehom Wang (王力宏). Chris portrays as a convicted genius hacker who is recruited by Leehom, a police officer, to investigate an international crime organization in Hong Kong after financial markets data was manipulated. Tang Wei stars as Leehom’s younger sister and Chris’ love interest.

Chris described Blackhat as a “cat-and-mouse international heist-thriller”.

Blackhat commenced filming in May 2013 and shot at various locations around the world, including Los Angeles, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, and Hong Kong. The film caught media attention in Hong Kong last August when it filmed in Central, one of Hong Kong’s busiest districts.

In the trailer, it appears that many of the actions scenes take place in Hong Kong, including well-known locations in Stanley, the Kwai Tsing Container Terminals, and Quarry Bay Station.

“Blackhat” Trailer

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This article is written by Addy for JayneStars.com.

5 comments to Chris Hemsworth and Tang Wei ‘s “Blackhat” Releases First Trailer

  1. J.C. says:

    Looks like Thor will be using a gun instead of his hammer!

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  2. jj says:

    Who sings “knocking on heavens door” in this trailer? I know Bob Dylan is the original singer. It doesn’t sound like him in this version, starting at 1:35

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  3. sky says:

    another movie about white guy helping out asian people lol..

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    • m0m0 replied:

      hahaah, what other movie is like that?

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      • Andy replied:

        Too many to list. But atrocities like the film 21, was extra bad because it was actually based on a true story of smart Asian Americans who gamed the casinos. The film version cast white actors doing the deed, instead.

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