Vin Diesel Is Out for Revenge in New International 'Bloodshot' Trailer

Based on Valiant Comics’ flagship hero.

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Following the official first trailer for Moebius, Sony and Columbia Pictures has released the second trailer of the Vin Diesel-led adaptation of Valiant ComicsBloodshot. The footage above sheds more light on the newly revived marine Ray Garrison (Diesel) and his superhuman abilities, which are given to him with enhanced technology that makes him faster, stronger and able to heal instantly.

Dr. Harting (Guy Pearce) created these upgrades following Garrison’s death and the folks manipulating him add him to their crew of super soldiers that act as their own killing machines. Garrison, however, is plagued with memories of his wife being murdered and slowly begins to see the doctor’s manipulation for what it is. It is also teased that Harting may be implanting false memories into Garrison’s brain.

Check out the trailer above then watch Bloodshot when it hits theaters on March 13, 2020.

In other superhero news, check out the latest trailer for Black Widow.

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