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The Raid: Redemption Synopsis

As a rookie member of an elite special-forces team, Rama (Iko Uwais) is instructed to hang back during a covert mission involving the extraction of a brutal crime lord from a rundown fifteen-story apartment block. But when a spotter blows their cover, boss Tama (Ray Sahetaphy) offers lifelong sanctuary to every killer, rapist and thief in the building in exchange fortheir heads. Now Rama must stand in for the team's fallen leader (Joe Taslim) and use every iota of his fighting strength - winding through every floor and every room to complete the mission and escape with his life.
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Latest The Raid: Redemption News

Bad News For The Raid Remake, Great News For The Raid Fans Bad News For The Raid Remake, Great News For The Raid Fans

The two Indonesian films that make up The Raid series have become incredibly popular in the US in recent years. However, they have yet to gain what could be called true mainstream acceptance. This is perfect territory for the good old Hollywood remake.

Bad News For The Raid Remake, Great News For The Raid Fans

Why The Raid Remake Keeps Getting Pushed Back Why The Raid Remake Keeps Getting Pushed Back

After The Raid pummeled action movie fans worldwide in 2011, an American remake was quickly put into development. That project has been delayed and pushed off a number of times, and it turns out it's because they can't find the right star.

Why The Raid Remake Keeps Getting Pushed Back

The Raid: Redemption Remake Dropkicks A Screenwriter Into Place The Raid: Redemption Remake Dropkicks A Screenwriter Into Place

So now they still have to land a director and a cast, and we probably won’t get our eyes on it for at least another year or two. Personally, I’d much rather all the anticipation and marketing efforts going towards the Evans-directed sequel that begins filming in January.

The Raid: Redemption Remake Dropkicks A Screenwriter Into Place

The Raid: Redemption Sequel Will Start Two Hours After The End Of The First Film The Raid: Redemption Sequel Will Start Two Hours After The End Of The First Film

One element that I really love about writer/director Gareth Evans' The Raid: Redemption is the way that it completely ignores human biology. Characters in that movie are shot, stabbed, kicked, punched and slammed into walls, yet the heroes would just dust themselves off and move on to the next fight. It's not hard to imagine that every surviving character was rushed to a hospital immediately after the events of the film...

The Raid: Redemption Sequel Will Start Two Hours After The End Of The First Film

The Raid Gets A Brand New Title And Kick-Ass Trailer The Raid Gets A Brand New Title And Kick-Ass Trailer

This year is backed with big Hollywood blockbuster action films, from the superhero adventures of The Amazing Spider-Man, The Avengers and The Dark Knight Rises, to thrillers like The Bourne Legacy and Skyfall. But even the biggest action fans might be overlooking one title: Gareth Evans' The Raid.

The Raid Gets A Brand New Title And Kick-Ass Trailer

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