Trailer lands for Accident Man 2: Hitman’s Holiday

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The martial arts comedy Accident Man 2 will see Scott Adkins take on a variety of villains, here’s the first trailer.

Scott Adkins has been at the forefront of top quality action cinema for quite some time now. From his earliest collaborations with director Issac Florentine and his breakout role as Boyka in the Undisputed franchise, to headlining a string of straight to DVD action films like Triple Threat (which saw him team up with martial arts superstars Tony Jaa and Dolph Lundgren) and buddy action comedy throwback The Debt Collector and it’s sequel, the quality of the fight sequences and Adkins’ skill in pulling them off put these films a cut above others of their ilk.

In 2018, Adkins wrote, produced and starred in Accident Man, a crime comedy that allowed him not only to show off his physical prowess, but incorporate a very British sense of humour into the script.

Which brings us to the sequel, Accident Man 2: Hitman’s Holiday. The official synopsis for which reads as follows…

The Accident Man is back and this time he must beat the top assassins in the world to protect the ungrateful son of a mafia boss, save the life of his only friend and rekindle his relationship with his maniacal father figure.

Adkins stars as the titular Accident Man, alongside returning stars Ray Stevenson and Perry Benson. Newcomers to the cast include former Jackie Chan Stunt Team member Andy Long and Sarah Chang. Adkins is also serving as fight choreographer for the first time.

Directing duo The Kirby Brothers helmed the film, from a screenplay once again written by Adkins and Stu Small.

It’s worth noting, for anybody even remotely interested in action cinema, that Adkins is still releasing his brilliant interview series The Art Of Action, on a weekly basis, which you can find on his YouTube channel here.

Accident Man 2: Hitman’s Holiday is due to be released on October 14th. Watch the trailer below…

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