RED 2 (2013) Poster



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  • Ex-black ops CIA agents Frank Moses (Bruce Willis) and Marvin Boggs (John Malkovich) , now considered RED (Retired, Extremely Dangerous), reunite with retired MI6 sharpshooter Victoria Winsler (Helen Mirren) to track down Nightshade, a portable nuclear weapon smuggled in pieces and hidden in the Russian Kremlin by physicist Edward Bailey (Anthony Hopkins), whom MI6 has kept incarcerated in a London asylum for the past 32 years. Aided by Frank's girlfriend Sarah (Mary-Louise Parker) and Russian secret agent Katja Petrocovich (Catherine Zeta-Jones), the five attempt to retrieve the Nightshade device while dodging South Korean contract killer Han Cho Bai (Byung-Hun Lee) and Pentagon agent Jack Horton (Neal McDonough). Edit

  • RED 2 is the sequel to RED (2010) (2010), which is based on a comic book written by Warren Ellis and illustrated by Cully Hamner. The screenplay for RED 2 was written by screenwriter brothers Jon and Erich Hoeber. Edit

  • Marvin fires the AK at general area of the helicopter (notice that he doesn't really aim down the sights, he isn't trying to shoot it down or damage it) so it would retreat and get outside the explosion radius. He's making them run away so they survive the incoming explosion. Edit



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  • Carrying the activated Nightshade bomb, Frank boards the plane where Bailey is holding Sarah hostage. Bailey releases Sarah but orders Frank to get off the plane and take the bomb with him. Frank complies and joins Marvin, Victoria, and Han on the tarmac. As Bailey's plane takes off, they await the explosion of the bomb. With only four seconds left, Bailey discovers that the bomb has been hidden on his plane, and the plane goes up in a massive explosion. Frank reveals the empty bomb casing, indicating that he planted the bomb on the plane sometime before he faced Bailey. Incensed at losing his plane, Han says that Frank owes him $30 million for the plane and $20 million for not killing him. While walking away with Sarah, Frank replies, "All right". In the final scene, Sarah is shown jazzing it up on a mission in Caracas while Frank and Marvin (in drag) watch. Edit

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