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The cinematic return of Brian Bosworth! First look at Revelation Road 2!

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Linebacker cum ’90s action hero Brian Bosworth (“Stone Cold”) joins “Twin Peaks” alum Ray Wise and “Expendables” rogue Eric Roberts in Pure Flix Entertainment’s “Revelation Road 2″. The studio dropped us some deets on the film, as well as some images from the finished product, the poster, and a link to the trailer. Looks like a bit of fun!

The pic hits DVD and Blu-ray in September.

Actor David A. R. White stars in this thriller as reluctant hero Josh McManus. McManus must face some of Hollywood’s toughest bad boys. Former NFL linebacker Brian Bosworth will lead the charge of villains as Hawg, the leader of a notorious biker gang. Past WCW wrestler Steve Borden AKA Sting plays Junkyard, a cruel member of Hawg’s biker gang. As well, creepy ex-con actor Dave Vescio will appear as a cannibalistic monster, laying in wait for White and his desperate friends. Actresses Logan White, Jen Lilley and Eliza Roberts round out this stellar cast.

The film’s story begins with the world’s final days. The Rapture, the return of the Messiah, begins and a small town lies in its wake. Strange events take place, with evil elements emerging from the desert. Looters and bandits litter the highways and a biker gang is terrorizing the small town of Independence. Only Josh is willing to stand up to the mayhem, along with Beth (Noell Coet). Together they fight against the impossible, in a desolate and murderous wasteland.

Shooting on Revelation Road 2 has completed. This title is currently in post-production. And, actor Vescio had something to say at the end of the shoot, of his fellow cast members: “for me, it was a privilege to act opposite of Brian “The Boz” Bosworth. I grew up watching him play NFL football in the late 1980s, so it was a blast to act opposite of him! And actor David A.R. White is great too! He’s the hero of the story. Plus, he’s a hero in real life as well.”



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