ENDANGERED SPECIES TRAILER
SENDS REBECCA ROMIJN AND JERRY O'CONNELL TO AFRICA
And it is so lovely to see the married couple together even if it is in a nasty pickle: ENDANGERED SPECIES starring Rebecca Romijn and her husband
Jerry O'Connell next to Philip Winchester and Michael Johnston.
ENDANGERED SPECIES is an intense, action packed survival adventure about a wealthy American family who travel to the vast African wilderness of Kenya hoping for a dream vacation filled with excitement, bonding and a chance to fix the growing rifts within their family. But when their safari vehicle is attacked by a rhino protecting her calf, the family is left stranded miles from help and their dream vacation turns into a nightmarish struggle for survival in a world where they are the bottom of the food chain.
The movie is out at the end of May, directed and written by M.J. Bassett.
|The movie is out at the end of May|
Endangered spicies looks interesting. A cup of tea, cake go well this film. Happy dayReplyDelete
Maybe something stronger for this kind of film LOLDelete
Well, I'll have to rethink going on an African safari adventure after seeing this one. I wish they would have made Jerry the husband in the film. I do adore him and Rebecca together on screen and in real life. Such a cute couple.ReplyDelete
It really is a pity, but he does do a crazy African hunter role well and she does look good with that other guy as well. They should defo do a movie together, something romantic.Delete
Perfect for the coming summer! Hopefully we all are able to visit cinema by the time it arrives!ReplyDelete
I think they will probably invent a new corona variety before summer.Delete
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Most interesting, would you say? lolDelete
YIKES! I think I would have died just at the sight of the charging rhino. If I happened to survive, I'd probably die within the next 2 hours. Not much a survivalist here!ReplyDelete
But would you rather die tramped by a rhino or gnawed by hyenas?Delete
oh boy, the Rhino wins. Although, this is all a nonissue. The biggest wildlife we have near me is a goose and I stay far away from them. LOLDelete
Goose can be very dangerous! Not that I'm trying to scare you.... but they really are evil... swans too.Delete