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Parker Release Date
In Theaters: January 25, 2013
Starring: Jason Statham, Jennifer Lopez, and Michael Chiklis
Written By: John J. McLaughlin
Directed By: Taylor Hackford
Produced By: Les Alexander, Steve Chasman,Taylor Hackford, Sidney Kimmel, and Jonathan Mitchell
MPAA Rating: [ R ]
A crime/thriller centered on a thief who lives by a code of honor that includes never stealing money from people who need it.
Latest Parker News
news Dec 14, 2012 Jason Statham Wants Payback, Not Vengeance, In New Parker Trailer I’d have to go back and double-check, but I’m fairly certain there’s one stunt-sequence moment in every single Jason Statham trailer that’s so ridiculously over-the-top that you just have to shake your head, grin, and admit, “Yeah, Statham, you got me. I’ll go see that on the big screen.”
news Oct 3, 2012 Jason Statham And Jennifer Lopez Mix It Up In Parker Trailer In the crime thriller Statham plays Parker, a kind of modern Robin Hood who lives by a code: "I don't steal from people who can't afford it, and I don't hurt people who don't deserve it." But there's no honor among thieves, so when the titular protagonist turns down a jewelry robbery proposed by a merciless thug (Michael Chiklis), he's shot and left for dead. Hungry for revenge, he teams up with a real-estate agent (Jennifer Lopez) to plan a complicated heist of his own.
news Oct 1, 2012 First Poster For Parker, Starring Jason Statham And Jennifer Lopez Hackford's first film since 2010's Love Ranch, the film follows Parker (Statham), a thief who refuses to steal from people in need. The story begins he turns down the opportunity to be a part of a major jewel heist and barely survives. As revenge, he teams up with a female real estate agent (Lopez) to try and track down the treasure and steal it for themselves.
news Jul 11, 2011 Michael Chiklis To Face Off Against Jason Statham As The Villain In Parker When it comes to film work, Chiklis is best known for playing The Thing in Fox's Fantastic Four movies, and while he was the best of those films, his talents far exceed what was presented. Combine Hackford's directing skill with the idea of Statham and him squaring off and we should be in for a real treat.