The official trailer for Saban Film’s upcoming action-thriller, Daniel Stisen in The Siege, has been released. Which will hit theaters on March 10th and be available on digital platforms starting March 14th. The movie follows an international assassin as he tries to create a new identity within a highly classified compound. In his quest to succeed, he has to fight a squad of ruthless mercenaries, who are equally bloodthirsty.
Daniel Stisen in The Siege, the film is directed by Brad Watson, who previously worked on the Kelsey Grammer movie Miss Willoughby and the Haunted Bookshop. The script was written by Hollywood screenwriter and actress Nicole Bartlett, based on a story by Tom Paton. The main character, Walker, is portrayed by the rising star Daniel Stisen, with a strong supporting cast, including Yennis Cheung, Byron Gibson, and Samantha Schnitzler.
The Siege Trailer
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The action-packed trailer for The Siege wastes no time in immersing viewers in the thick of things, with a gripping gunfight that sets the tone for the film. As the story unfolds, the audience follows Walker, a seasoned assassin on the hunt for a new identity, as he battles against ruthless mercenaries who are hot on his trail. Despite having a team of well-equipped associates at his back, the mercenaries are relentless in their pursuit.
Daniel Stisen, who has previously acted in major Hollywood productions like Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom and Zack Snyder’s Justice League, gets to showcase his talents in The Siege. In this film, he not only gets to display his physical prowess but also flex his acting muscles. Similar to his previous project, Last Man Down, The Siege promises to provide a perfect balance of emotional depth and thrilling action for audiences seeking an adrenaline-fueled ride.
Saban Films has already had a good start to the year with The Old Way, a Nicolas Cage western that released in January. March will see the release of two other action-packed movies, Supercell and Assassin, which features one of Anne Heche’s last performances. The Siege is 97 minutes long and is rated R for its intense violence and language.