Maggie Q kicks some genuine ass in this selective clip from The Protégé. The entertainer stars in the new film coordinated by Martin Campbell (Casino Royale) and composed by Richard Wenk (The Equalizer motion pictures). The film comes to theaters on August 20.

Watch our selective clip from The Protégé beneath flaunting Anna’s great abilities. Right away, she appears to be out of her profundity in going up against Don Preda (Velizar Binev), however she rapidly demonstrates it’s every one of the a demonstration. With an astute blade masked to seem as though a phone, Anna takes out the men encompassing her easily. She doesn’t take the bag brimming with cash, demonstrating she truly is barely out for retribution.

The Protégé has gone through a few changes prior to coming to the big screen. Initially the film was called Ana, with Chinese entertainer Gong Li (Mulan) set to star. Q got on the undertaking in 2019 when it was then called The Asset. The film took on its present title this year.

Q has an amazing rundown of activity undertakings in her possession. Her break-out job was in Mission: Impossible III as Zhen Lei, the solitary female individual from the Impossible Mission Force group. She’s likewise featured in Live Free or Die Hard, Nikita, and the Divergent film series. In addition to the fact that she is a skilled entertainer, but at the same time she’s known for doing her very own large number stunts and The Protégé is by all accounts no special case.

Official summary: Rescued as a kid by the legendary professional killer Moody (Samuel L. Jackson) and prepared in the privately-owned company, Anna (Maggie Q) is the world’s most gifted agreement executioner. Be that as it may, when Moody – the one who resembled a father to her and showed her beginning and end she has to think about trust and endurance – is mercilessly killed, Anna promises vengeance. As she becomes snared with a baffling executioner (Michael Keaton) whose appreciation for her goes far past feline and mouse, their showdown turns deadly and the last details of a daily existence spent killing will weave themselves significantly more tight.

Coordinated by Martin Campbell and composed by Richard Wenk, the film is delivered by Arthur Sarkissian, Moshe Diamant, Rob Van Norden, Yariv Lerner, and Chris Milburn.


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