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From Atlanta to Tokyo! Zazie Beetz and Brian Tyree Henry Star in New Movie ‘Bullet Train,’
By Betti Halsell Staff Writer
Published August 5, 2022

Zazie Beetz (Courtesy Image)

The world’s fastest train puts a slew of malice individuals on a path to destruction with murderous enemies from all over the world. They’re  working towards connected but contrasting goals. Fate, however, may have other plans, in the movie “The Bullet Train.”

Representing the collective community from David Glover’s drama-comedy series, “Atlanta,” was Bryan Tyree Henry, who played ‘Lemon’ and Zazie Beetz, who played ‘The Hornet.’

Bullet Train was released on Friday, August 5, directed by David Leitch (Deadpool) Major actors that collaborated with Henry and Beets include Brad Pitt (Mrs. and Mr. Smith), Sandra Bullock (The Proposal), and Bad Bunny (WWE: Royal Rumble 2009).

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Beetz is best known for playing ‘Vanessa’ on “Atlanta,” (2016), as well as for appearing in “Deadpool 2,” (2018), Joker (2019), and “Nine Days,” (2020).

Brian Tyree Henry (Courtesy Image)

Henry plays ‘Alfred Miles’ on “Atlanta,” (2016-2022), as well as playing a lead role in the movie, “Eternals,” and “Joker 2.”

Assassins for hire,  ‘Lemon’ (Henry) and ‘Tangerine (Aaron Tyler-Johnson) were given the mission by ‘White Death’ (Michael Shannon). They worked together to protect the estranged heir of the White Death and a briefcase filled with cash.

Henry and Tyler-Johnson had great banter and chemistry on screen, they conveyed a brotherly love among the consistent fuss they had all throughout the movie.

‘The Hornet’ played by Beetz had the element of surprise in the movie, creating a climatic opening to her seen.

The story line was created by Japanese author Kōtarō Isaka, and produced by David Leitch, Antoine Fuqua, Kelly McCormick.

Hop on the Bullet Train social media, @bulletrainmovie 

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