‘Everly’ (Trailer) – Salma Hayek On A Killing Spree

‘Everly’ (Trailer) – Salma Hayek On A Killing Spree

Salma Hayek starrer ‘Everly’ follows a desperate woman, trapped in her apartment, who must face down scores of assassins, sent by her ex, a dreadful drug kingpin. The trailer of the film has been released recently which seems really great in a single-room set.

The movie is available on iTunes and VOD. So, if you are a diehard Salma Hayek fan and looking for an action-packed thriller, then ‘Everly’ might be an option for you to stream.  

Wrong Turn 2: Dead End director Joe Lynch is behind the screen and presents Hayek in this very cool kickass avatar. So far in the trailer, we can see only action sequences in a single apartment with machine guns blazing almost from everywhere. And to everyone’s surprise or amusement, the 48-year-old Desperado (1995) and Frida (2002) actress can still amuse you with her looks and actions.

We have seen how Liam Neeson kicks off his persona as an action hero in the film series Taken and how Scarlett Johansson stylized her role in Lucy. So, will Salma Hayek be able to add more character to her career with this bloody action flick Everly?

The movie no doubt doesn’t have a great story to tell, but if you’re looking for action movies, Salma Hayak fighting yakuza sounds really cool.

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Starring: Salma Hayek, Akie Kotabe, Togo Igawa
Directed by Joe Lynch
Cinematography Steve Gainer
Screenplay by Yale Hannon
Genre: Action
Release Date/Year: January 23, 2015 (iTunes); February 27, 2015 (United States)

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