AMC and Y&R Alum’s Navy SEAL Film ‘Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse’ Involves Revenge and Conspiracy
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Release date for Michael B. Jordan & Cam Gigandet’s action drama has been pushed forward.
Soaps.com readers may remember Michael B. Jordan (Reggie Montgomery, All My Children) and Cam Gigandet (Daniel Romalotti, Young and the Restless; Twilight) from their daytime roles, and now the actors are co-starring in the upcoming blockbuster film Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse. Based on the 1993 novel by the late crime drama best-selling author Clancy, who passed away in October 2013, the movie follows the story of former United States Navy SEAL John Kelly (Jordan), who later takes on the alias John Clark, as he sets out to exact revenge on the Baltimore drug kingpin responsible for killing his wife, Pam Kelly (played by The Game’s Lauren London). He then becomes involved in a larger conspiracy after being recruited to lead a mission to rescue American POWs (prisoners of war) from the Soviet Union. Gigandet plays Keith Webb, a member of Clark’s SEAL team.
Originally set to debut on September 18, the release date for Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse has now been pushed to October 2 by Paramount Films as shifts continue in scheduling because of the current and ongoing closure of movie theatres due to the worldwide viral crisis. Michael B. Jordan’s Raising Dion is also set to debut in October on Netflix.
Also starring in the film adaptation is Jamie Bell (Fantastic Four) as Robert Ritter, and Luke Mitchell, who got his acting start on Australian soap operas Neighbours and Home and Away, as Rowdy. Rounding out the SEAL team are Jacob Scipio (Bad Boys For Life) as Hatchet, Jack Kesy (12 Strong) as Thunder, and Todd Lasance (Spartacus, Home and Away) as Dallas. Other notable names attached to the project include Stranger Things’ Brett Gelman as Victor Rykov and Jett’s Jodie Turner-Smith as Karen Greer.
A teaser trailer for the action film can be seen below and features Michael B. Jordan as viewers get a glimpse inside the mind of his character John Clark.