The latest heist flick from Guy Ritchie drops on May 7.
Believe it or not, Jason Statham is a tough guy bent on revenge in director Guy Ritchie's latest guns-blazing heist film. The remake of the 2004 French drama Le Convoyeur (Cash Truck) stars professional square jaw Statham as an armored truck security guard who surprises his co-workers by interrupting their elaborate heist plan.
Among the black mask-wearing baddies he has to dispatch in the film that opens in theaters on May 7 is none other than Post Malone, who makes a quick cameo in the new trailer for the movie that also co-stars Josh Hartnett, Holt McCallany, Jeffrey Donovan and Scott Eastwood.
In the nearly three-minute teaser that dropped on Monday (March 29), Stathan joins the cash truck crew and quickly realizes that he's outgunned by the bad guys. But in classic Ritchie-Stathan fashion, when the black masks come at him with guns blazing Statham methodically takes them out, including Malone. The rapper, dressed in a plaid shirt and black wool cap, takes off when the bullets start flying -- with Johnny Cash's mournful "Folsom Prison Blues" cued to the action -- only to have Statham hunt him down.