Today: May 22, 2024

Fire With Fire




Discover a revenge thriller that really turns up the heat as action giant FIRE WITH FIRE explodes on to Blu-ray and DVD on 16 September.

Director David Barrett (Arrow, The Mentalist, Blue Bloods) is no stranger to bringing action to life on screen having co-ordinated stunts for scorching productions including The Matrix Reloaded, The Town and Speed 2: Cruise Control.

Barrett leads an all star cast of Hollywood sizzlers including number one action-man Bruce Willis (Die Hard Franchise, The Expendables, The Fifth Element) as police officer ‘Mike Cella’, fiery femme Rosario Dawson (Trance, Unstoppable, Sin City) as witness protection agent ‘Talia Durham’ and Hollywood hunk Josh Duhamel (Safe Haven, Transformers Franchise, Life as We Know it) as firefighter ‘Jeremy Colton’.

FIRE WITH FIRE boasts a strong supporting cast of hard-hitters including tough guy Vinnie Jones (Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, Snatch, Swordfish), Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson (Get Rich or Die Tryin’, 13, Twelve) and Quinton “Rampage” Jackson (The A-Team) alongside Richard Schiff (Man of Steel, The West Wing), Julian McMahon (Fantastic Four, Nip Tuck) and Vincent D’Onofrio (Men in Black, Full Metal Jacket).

Firefighter Jeremy Colton (Duhamel) ends up in the wrong place at the wrong time as he witnesses a cold-blooded murder committed by a Long Beach gang leader (D’Onofrio) in a local convenience store one night. After the killer makes bail Colton must go into a witness protection program so he can testify against the man who’s been a longtime target of police officer Mike Cella (Willis). When the life of Jeremy’s girlfriend (Dawson) is threatened, he enlists the help of a rival gang leader (Jackson) to get his own back on the criminal and takes the law into his own hands.

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