With the release of the “The Dark Wall” trailer for the film, Warner Bros. is finally bringing “The Tower” to streaming platforms like Netflix and Amazon Prime.
The trailer opens with a sequence where Roland Emmerich’s Roland is shot in the chest, which sets the stage for the events of the film.
“The Wall” opens with Roland shooting the guards, but it is not until the last scene that Roland is seen in his full armor.
The film then goes on to show a scene in which Emmerichi and his daughter Mab, played by Natalie Portman, are kidnapped by a group of masked men, who kidnap Roland and his son, Roland Jr. Emmeriich later gives his son the sword that the masked men are carrying and tells him to take it back.
Roland Jr., however, refuses to do so, and is taken away to an underground bunker.
The movie then shows Roland being held captive by the masked people, and he is forced to work with the villainous The Watcher (R.I.P. David Ayer) in order to get out.
Roland then has to fend off a group called The Guns of the King, led by The Watchers.
Eventually, Roland manages to get the sword back, and the final scene shows Roland’s son, The Gunslinger (Aaron Taylor-Johnson), escaping with his life.
Emmers’ performance of Roland’s character, in particular, is excellent, and it is clear that he is more than capable of playing a badass.
While “The Gunslinger” is the most exciting and emotional scene in the movie, the real action comes in the next scene, which is when Roland is brought into the bunker to face the Watchers and the Watcher’s minions.
As Roland goes into the underground bunker, The Wather and the other Watchers surround him.
They are armed with giant, sword-like weapons and swords, and are about to kill Roland and Roland’s daughter Mabel.
Roland, however, manages to break free of the clutches of the Wather’s minions, and fights back with the sword.
The Waters then kill Mabel, and Roland is saved by Mabel’s father, Roland’s brother, who runs off after Roland.
The next day, the film continues with the Wathes return to Earth, where they are killed by The Gunslings, who are still in control of the world.
Roland has also seen his father again, this time with the help of Mabel and her father, who have also been revived by the Watches.
Mabel then asks Roland to find the Watters, and together they fight the Wathets and their minions.
In the end, the movie ends with Roland and Mabel safely on their way home.
Now that the trailer is out of the way, let’s get into what we can expect from the “Dumb and Dumber” movie, which will be released on December 12.
“Dumber and Dars” stars Will Arnett as the titular character from the popular television series, and Amy Poehler, Kristen Wiig, and David Schwimmer will star.
In a recent interview, Arnett said that he had been approached by Warner Bros., who were interested in seeing him play the role of the character.
Arnett, Poehler and Wiig have all starred in Warner Bros.’ upcoming film, “Dunkirk,” which is set to be released in 2019.
“I was approached by [Warner Bros.] to play a part in their ‘Dunkernauts,’ which is an interesting project,” Arnett told The Wrap.
“They were very interested in me playing this part and really liked the idea of a British man, the most iconic character in the history of the series, having to fight for his freedom, and they had the rights to it, and I had the opportunity to play it.”
Arnett also told TheWrap that he was very much looking forward to playing Roland, who is also a major part of the story.
“It’s a big part of Roland and the world of the book,” Arnet said.
“We’re trying to take a little bit of the fun out of it, which means a lot to me because the whole time I’ve been playing this character, I’ve felt like this was the most fun and I’m getting to have this adventure.”
The film also stars Amy Adams as Mabel (Amy Schumer), Michael Shannon as Andy, and Emile Hirsch as Darryl.
Amy Schumer has a role in the film that will be a major addition to the film’s cast, as well.
Schumer plays the character of Roland, a character who is a major figure in the story of “Dobie Doobie.”
Schumer has been nominated for two Golden Globes, and has won an Emmy Award and a Screen Actors Guild Award for her performance