Clive Standen Comes for Theo Rossi and Bruce Willis in 'Vendetta' Trailer

Watch a trailer for 'Vendetta' ahead of its May 17 release.
by Danielle Turchiano — 

From left to right: Theo Rossi and Bruce Willis in 'Vendetta'

Courtesy of Redbox

When a movie is titled Vendetta, you know you're going to get a high-octane adventure. See just how much action to expect in a trailer for the film, which will be in theaters, on demand, and in Redbox kiosks on May 17.

Vendetta stars Clive Standen as ex-Marine William Duncan whose teenage daughter is killed during a gang initiation. Naturally, he is left devastated and looking to get revenge — feelings that only deepen after her killer is acquitted and set free. So, he takes matters into his own hands, going after one gang member and therefore sparking a war with other violent figures in that man's life, including his brother (played by Theo Rossi) and father (played by Bruce Willis).

"They took everything from me, and it's only a matter of time before they do it to somebody else," William says in the trailer, whicvh you can watch below.

But they only cause more destruction in William's life, including another death and putting him in a coma, but when he awakens, he is not a new man. Still set on revenge — even more so than before — he now has nothing left to lose. He then begins to target the gang members one by one.

"You can't kill what's already dead," he says.

Vendetta also stars Mike Tyson, Thomas Jane, Kurt Yue, Lauren Buglioli, Maddie Nichols, Cabot Basden, Randy Gonzalez, Jesse O'Neill, Derek Russo, Demetrius Stear, Patrick Lamont Jr., Jackie Moore, and Maury Morgan. It is written and directed by Jared Cohn and produced by Redbox Entertainment, The Exchange, and Bar None Productions, in association with Media Capital Group and Princess Gates Entertainment. Stephen J. Eads, Angelo Paletta, Brian O'Shea, Nat McCormick, Stephen Cyrus Sepher, Marc Danon, and Galen Smith serve as executive producers, with Ross Mrazek, Corey Large, Benjamin Rappaport, and Amar Balaggan serving as producers.