‘The Transporter: Refueled’ to release in India on Sept 4

New Delhi, Aug 17 (IANS) Seven years since the last “Transporter” movie, its action-packed reboot ‘The Transporter: Refueled” will releasing in India on September 4.

For pan-Indian appeal, the film is all set to release in four languages — English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu in IMAX.

The “Transporter” series has set a high bar for action adventure, having delivered some of the most memorable action-packed sequences in the genre. Fans will see new and fresh talent don the leading roles this time, taking the franchise ahead with a new spin and flavour, read a statement.

The reboot a new young cast starring Ed Skrein with Ray Stevenson and Loan Chabanol. The cast also includes Gabriella Wright, Tatiana Pajkovic, Wenxia Yu, Noémie Lenoir and Yuri Kolokolnikov.

Director Camille Delamarre is confident that the latest instalment, with its new leading man, revenge-fuelled women, brutal street-fighting brawls and metal-bending chase sequences, will more than exceed audience expectations.

“‘The Transporter: Refueled’ is more than a reboot. It’s a whole new story,” he said.

Produced by Luc Besson (Lucy) and Mark Gao, the film’s creative team includes writers Adam Cooper, Bill Collage and Luc Besson, director of photography Christophe Collette, composer Alexandre Azaria, stunt coordinator Alain Figlarz and production designer Hugues Tissandier.

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