Promotional Poster for the film "Brick Mansions." Photo Credit: Relativity Media

Check Out the Latest TV Spot for Brick Mansions (Video)

In just four more days, the action-packed adventure Brick Mansions will come crashing onto the big screen. Early last week, we showed you a new TV Spot for the film that detailed Damien’s quest to take down Tremaine. Now, thanks to the good people over at Relativity Media, we now have a look at a new action-packed TV Spot for the upcoming crime drama.

Brick Mansions will be the final complete film from the late actor Paul Walker.

In the film, Walker plays a police officer who sent into one of the most dangerous places you can imagine, Brick Mansions. Brick Mansions is so dangerous that the government felt the need to construct a containment wall around it. I don’t know about you, but if the government feels the need to build a wall around it, I can’t say that I would want to be there. However, if you are in the business of organized crime, this is the perfect place for you.

Damien jumps at the opportunity to head into Brick Mansions, as he has spent his entire career trying to take down Tremaine, the person believed to have killed his father. Now, he finally gets his chance.

Once inside Brick Mansions, he enlists the help of Lino, who is played in the film by David Belle, to help lead him where he needs to go to find Tremaine.

If you have seen even one of the previews for the film, you know that the film is full of action, including some pretty amazing parkour skills.

There are some things you should just see for yourself. Here is a look at the latest TV Spot for the upcoming crime drama Brick Mansions.

Brick Mansions will be the first feature length directorial effort from Camille Delamarre.

The film stars Fast & Furious star Paul Walker as Damien. Brick Mansions also stars RZADavid BelleRobert MailletCarlo Rota, and many more.

Brick Mansions is scheduled to be released on April 25, 2014.

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