The first trailer for the long-delayed and highly anticipated “Triple Frontier” plays up the political and financial aspects of this rogue war action movie, explaining how veterans returning home to their families often find themselves unable to pay for their children’s education or their own medical bills.
The trailer, which Jimmy Kimmel exclusively debuted on Thursday night, nods to those political undertones, but it’s all action set to classic Bob Dylan soundtrack as Oscar Isaac and Ben Affleck lead a team of former elite Special Forces.
They’ve made a plan to take down a drug lord who has at least $75 million in cash stashed away. They find that mountain of money, but also a lot more than they bargained for.
“There’s about $100 million waiting in that van out there. We are not leaving them any of that money,” Affleck says as they’re about to be surrounded by swarms of guards. “We need to hunt quickly.”
Affleck and Isaac lead an impressive cast that includes Charlie Hunnam, Garret Hedlund, Pedro Pascal and Adria Arjona. J.C. Chandor directed “Triple Frontier,” which has spent nearly a decade attempting to get to the screen.
It finally makes its Netflix premiere on March 15. Watch the trailer film above.