Watch a New Trailer for 7 Days in Entebbe

Watch a new trailer for 7 Days in Entebbe

Focus Features has expelled a new trailer for 7 Days in Entebbe, starring Daniel Brühl, Rosamund Pike, Eddie Marsan, Ben Schnetzer, Lior Ashkenazi , and Denis Ménochet. The film is destined by José Padilha and formed on a book by Gregory Burke. 7 Days in Entebbe is formed on a loyal story of 4 hijackers in 1976 who took over a craft drifting from Tel Aviv to Paris, and forced it to land in Entebbe, Uganda. Their direct was to have dozens of Palestinian terrorists released.

Principal photography began for 7 Days in Entebbe on Nov 14 in Malta, with prolongation also finished in a U.K. In a real-life event, dual Palestinian and dual German hijackers took a craft warrant and destined it to Entebbe, Uganda. The film will follow a hijackers, a hostages, then-Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabiin and arriving Prime Minister Shimon Peres traffic with either or not to try to giveaway a hostages or to negotiate. It will also follow a French organisation who refused to leave when they were expelled with a other French hostages.

Working Title’s Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner is producing alongside Kate Solomon. José Padilha is famous for directing 2014’s RoboCop, episodes of a TV series Narcos, and Elite Squad: The Enemy Within.

The story of a Entebbe hijacking has been told before. Irvin Kershner (The Empire Strikes Back) destined a NBC TV movie Raid on Entebbe, starring Peter Finch and Charles Bronson, in 1976. The TV movie Victory At Entebbe starred Kirk Douglas and Burt Lancaster during ABC in a same year.

7 Days in Entebbe will be expelled on March 16, 2018 in a U.S. Were we wakeful of a story of a Entebbe hijacking? What did we consider of a trailer? Let us know in a comments.

Watch a New Trailer for 7 Days in Entebbe

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