Sudden Death Remake


"Honor is not in the Weapon. It is in the Man"
Jean-Claude Van Damme's Sudden Death is getting remade, but switch a NHL game for a NBA game and the film will star Michael Jai White, who will face off against terrorists and unlike Van Damme's version, White will get to use his martial arts skills in the remake, written and is being helmed by Dallas Jackson.

Shooting is just beginning in Winnipeg.
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"Honor is not in the Weapon. It is in the Man"
Shooting has begun in Winnipeg. The film co-stars comedian Gary Owen as Gus, the stadium's head janitor and martial artist/actor Marrese Crump, who trained Chadwick Boseman for his fight scenes in Black Panther and was the first American protege of the late Thai stuntmaster Panna Rittikrai (Tony Jaa's mentor)

"Honor is not in the Weapon. It is in the Man"
The film now has an official title: Welcome to Sudden Death. It's been confirmed that the film is a remake that is reimagined as a "buddy action" film with Michael Jai White's security guard teaming up with Gary Owen's head janitor teaming up to stop terrorists at a sports game. The film will premiere on Netflix in June 2020.