Anthony Mackie is determined to deliver a mysterious package as the world crumbles around him in the upcoming Peacock series, Twisted Metal.
The MCU star leads the cast of the video game adaptation as he faces danger on the open road.
“Twenty years ago, the world fell to sh-t. Cities put up walls to protect themselves… but there are humble motherfu–ers like me delivering cargo from one walled city to another,” Mackie says in the trailer. “That’s where the cars and guns come in.”
Set to the DMX single “Party Up (Up In Here),” the teaser shows Mackie dodging gunfire, explosions and a deadly clown as he tries to deliver a precious package.
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The cast also includes Stephanie Beatriz, Thomas Haden Church, Will Arnett and Joe Seanoa. Guest stars on the series are Neve Campbell, Richard Cabral, Mike Mitchell, Tahj Vaughans, and Lou Beatty Jr.
Based on the PlayStation game series, Twisted Metal comes from showrunner, executive producer and writer Michael Jonathan Smith.
Executive producers include Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, Will Arnett, Marc Forman, Jason Spire, Peter Principato, Asad Qizilbash, Carter Swan from PlayStation Productions and Hermen Hulst, head of PlayStation Studios. Anthony Mackie is also an executive producer.
Kitao Sakurai directs multiple episodes of the half-hour series.
Twisted Metal is produced by Sony Pictures Television, PlayStation Productions and Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group.
The 10-episode series begins streaming July 27 on Peacock.
Watch the trailer below:
Anthony Mackie Dodges Bullets and a Dangerous Clown
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