'Mile 22' Trailer: Mark Wahlberg Stays Calm - If Unstable

'Mile 22' Trailer: Mark Wahlberg Stays Calm - If Unstable

A brand new trailer has arrived for the star-studded Mile 22.

"Both Berg and two-time Oscar nominee Wahlberg ("The Departed", The Fighter") co-produce the film, their latest follow-up to "Lone Survivor" (2013), "Deepwater Horizon" (2016), and "Patriots Day" (2016). That was the point in time where Hollywood was starting to question Ronda Rousey's ability to carry a feature film, and as a result, her role was downsized considerably from what would have been a star vehicle for her.

An elite American intelligence officer, aided by a top-secret tactical command unit, tries to smuggle a mysterious police officer with sensitive information out of the country.

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The film looks to be a real victor, and the dream team of Mark Wahlberg and Peter Berg hasn't delivered a dud movie yet.

Lauren Cohan looks bad-ass in this and seems to play a key figure in Mark Wahlberg's unit. Why did they give John Malkovich that very bad hairpiece? And what dirt does the government have on The Raid: Redemption star Iko Uwais in order to get him to star in this drivel? Mile 22's first trailer is here, and there are no Eminem battle raps here (though there is a Jay-Z song on the trailer) - just 22 miles of risky terrain across which Wahlberg's operative and his team have to escort Uwais.