“13 Hours” Trailer Released: Michael Bay Portrays The Secret of Benghazi Soldiers

By Sohini Biswas | 12 months ago
“13 Hours” Trailer Released: Michael Bay Portrays The Secret of Benghazi Soldiers

The much talked about attack that place in Benghazi US embassy on September 11, 2012 which turned into a red burning political issue is now being turned in a major action thriller theatrical event, which depicts the American soldiers who came in to rescue, as heroes and saintly martyrs. Michael Bay has unveiled red band trailer from “13 Hours.”

Offering a much closer look at a soldier named Jack’s character portrayed by John Krasinski, “13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi ” green and red brand trailer is packed with massive explosive action, featuring brutal catastrophes that unfurled in Benghazi. Entertainment Weekly points out that in the entire trailer Jack says, “I haven’t thought about my family once tonight.”


Michael Bay’s movie “13 Hours” is based on the commended non-fiction book ‘13 Hours: The Inside Account of What Really Happened in Benghazi,’ by Mitchell Zukoff, which in a nutshell delineates the grievous bodily harm on the Benghazi composite., resulting in the death of U.S. Foreign Service Information Management Officer Sean Smith, U.S. Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens, two CIA contractors, and about 100 assailants.

Although the movie “13 Hours” is already being compared to Michael Bay’s “Pearl Harbor” which was an almost apt depiction of historical action but this still remains as fresh wound in people’s mind, even though it does involve a lot of political cohesion. However as reported by Cinema Blend “13Hours” traverses back to Bay’s pre Transformers days, that buzzed back on the CGI show, even after being full of guns and explosions.

Apart from John Krasinski the cast line up for “13 Hours” will feature James Badge Dale, Max Martini, Toby Stephens, and Pablo Schreiber. The movie is slated for a theatrical release on January 15, 2016.

Watch the green and red trailer from “13 Hours”



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