Today’s Video of the Week is an exclusive second official trailer from Fandango for Channing Tatum’s drama ‘The Son of No One‘. The drama is about a young cop (played by Chan) who is assigned to a precinct in the neighborhood where he grew up and an old secret that threatens to destroy his life and his family.

In addition to Chan, the amazing cast also includes Al Pacino, Ray Liotta, Juliette Binoche, Katie Holmes (who plays Chan’s character’s wife) and “30 Rock” funnyman Tracy Morgan in his first true dramatic role. Check out the new ‘Son of No One’ trailer below…

The Son of No One‘ recently premiered in Japan and US fans have less than two months before we’ll see the film hit our theaters, because Anchor Bay acquired U.S. distribution rights in at least 10 of the top 20 markets earlier this year. The movie will be released in U.S. theaters on November 4th!

The entire film was shot in New York City in the Spring of 2010, and fans can check out tons of photos from the film set and new stills from the Japanese official site in the CTU Photo Gallery.

Before the US premiere this November, I’ll post the details and exclusive, behind-the-scenes photos of Chan, Jenna, and director Dito Montiel on the set of the film here on CTU. Stay tuned!


Love Channing Tatum? Stay in the Know…
Subscribe to Channing Tatum Unwrapped:
Email | RSS | Twitter: @channingtatum – @unwrappedphotos – @postthelove



Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

One Response to VIDEO OF THE WEEK: EXCLUSIVE Trailer for Channing Tatum’s ‘Son Of No One’

  1. Jennifer Swarski says:

    Channing and Dito together are the greatest duo. AGTRYS was incredible but so many people over look the craftmanship and acting in FIghting. In years to come I think we’ll all appreciate it as one of teh best friendship movies ever. I saw this at Sundance (paid $75 to get in!!) and it was worth every penny. Once again, I would have been fine with just another cop story but it was so moving, so layered and so well acted. I hope these two make movies forever. One day the box office will reflect on it or even better time certainly will. I was talking with my boyfriend, in less than 8 years these two have collaborated for three incredibly moving films. That is some accomplishment. Can’t wait to see it again.

Leave a Reply