TV Spot for ACT OF VALOR
Relativity Media has released a new TV spot for their upcoming Navy Seal film Act of Valor. The movie may not have been made by the normal Hollywood talent, but it was made by a team of real life Navy Seals, which to me means that we are going to see some badass real-life battle action.
The movie is described as “a hybrid feature film based on the SEAL ethos that highlights both naval special warfare capability and fleet interaction.” Co-director McCoy said “I found the SEALs fascinating. People never know exactly how far you can push yourself, and the SEALs are a direct representation of that.”
The new film was directed by ex-stuntmen and documentary filmmakers/commercial directors Mike “Mouse” McCoy (Dust to Glory) and Scott Waugh (Step Into Liquid) and written by Kurt Johnstad (300). It stars Alex Veadov, Roselyn Sanchez, and Nestor Serrano.
Act of Valor follows a Navy Seal squad on a covert mission to recover a kidnapped CIA agent, and in the process take down a complex web of terrorist cells determined to strike America at all costs. The filmmakers had unprecedented Naval access, resulting in high-octane combat sequences and never-before-seen military operation scenes which are composited from actual events in the lives of the men appearing in the film and their comrades.
The film hits theaters on Feabruary 24th, 2012. Enjoy the new spot!