Check Out New MILE 22 Trailer Featuring Mark Wahlberg

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It frames the movie as about "new wars" and "new options" in this modern world.

The film stars Mark Wahlberg as an operative from the CIAs most talented tactical unit.

The world's most boring trailer was released early on Tuesday, and we have a theory about it, crafted from anonymous reports that we didn't just totally make up.

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Among the members of Silva's team are Lauren Cohan ("The Walking Dead") and former UFC fighter Ronda Rousey, while other stars in the film include John Malkovich and Indonesian actor Iko Uwais as a mysterious "asset" who holds sensitive information that puts everyone's lives at risk.

STX Films has released the first trailer for Mile 22, the upcoming thriller from Lone Survivor and Deepwater Horizon filmmaker Peter Berg.

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22 Mile is set to open in cinemas across the country on 10th August 2018.

Wahlberg plays James Silva, the leader of a Central Intelligence Agency group called Overwatch (which includes fellows badasses Lauren Cohan and Ronda Rousey), who fight the "new wars" that diplomacy and the military can't solve.

Featured image via STXFilms.

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