Trailer For Action Thriller THE BRICKLAYER Starring Aaron Eckhart


In the heart-pounding conspiracy action thriller, The Bricklayer, Aaron Eckhart takes center stage as the formidable CIA agent Steve Vail, a character brought out of retirement to navigate the treacherous waters of international intrigue. Helmed by the acclaimed director Renny Harlin, known for his cinematic prowess in Die Hard 2, Cliffhanger, The Long Kiss Goodnight, and Deep Blue Sea, this riveting adventure promises to be a rollercoaster ride through the clandestine realms of espionage.

The gripping narrative unfolds as a rogue insurgent cunningly manipulates the shadows, blackmailing the CIA through a sinister plot that involves the calculated assassination of foreign journalists, leaving behind a trail that falsely incriminates the agency. As the world teeters on the brink of chaos, with nations pointing accusing fingers at the United States, the CIA is left with no choice but to call upon their ace in the hole—Steve Vail.

Eckhart’s character, Vail, emerges as the agency’s most brilliant and rebellious operative, equipped with an elite and deadly skill set that sets him apart. Pulled from the serene retirement he thought he’d earned, Vail is thrust into a high-stakes mission to clear the CIA’s tarnished name. The labyrinth of deception forces him to confront the shadows of his own checkered past, weaving a tale of redemption, betrayal, and relentless determination.

The star-studded cast includes Nina Dobrev, Clifton Collins Jr., Tim Blake Nelson, and Ilfenesh Hadera, each bringing their own unique flair to the ensemble. As the conspiracy tightens its grip, alliances are tested, and loyalties are shattered, creating a cinematic experience that promises to captivate audiences from the edge of their seats.

Vertical is set to release The Bricklayer in select theaters and on VOD on January 5th, 2024, marking the beginning of a pulse-pounding journey into the heart of deception and espionage. Get ready for a cinematic spectacle that will leave you questioning every twist and turn until the credits roll.