Gina Carano Films Daily Wire’s ‘Terror on the Prairie’ Debuts Trailer – The Hollywood Reporter

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Gina Carano’s big-screen return now has a new trailer and a release date.

The daily thread today unveiled a full trailer for Terror in the prairie directed by veteran filmmaker Michael Polish (Northfork, Twin Falls Idaho) from a screenplay by Josiah Nelson. The plot centers on a family battling against a gang of vicious outlaws bent on revenge. Carano headlines a cast that includes Nick Searcy, MMA star Cowboy Cerrone, stand-up Tyler Fischer, Gabriel-Kane Day-Lewis, Heath Freeman, Samaire Armstrong, Travis Mills, Matthias Hues, Rhys Becker, Izzy Marshall, Jeremy Gauna and Thomas White Eagle.

The Western is due out on June 14 and, according to the company, it will be available to stream on DailyWire.com. Today’s trailer follows an initial 60-second teaser that debuted in February.

Carano produces alongside Dallas Sonnier (bone tomahawk) and Amanda Presmyk (Run Hide Fight) through their production company Bonfire Legend. Terror in the prairie Brands The Daily Wire third collaboration with Bonfire Legend. daily thread co-founders Ben Shapiro, Jeremy Boreing and Caleb Robinson are credited as executive producers alongside Voltage Pictures’ Nicolas Chartier and Jonathan Deckter, who handled overseas sales. Mills and Danielle Cox also received executive producer credits.

Days after being fired from the Disney+ series The Mandalorianthe mixed martial artist turned actress praised The daily thread for collaborating with her on the project. “The daily thread helps make one of my dreams — to develop and produce my own film — come true. I screamed and my prayer was answered. I send a direct message of hope to all who live in fear of cancellation by the totalitarian mob,” she said in a statement to The daily thread at the time. “I’ve just started using my voice which is now freer than ever, and I hope it inspires others to do the same. They can’t undo us if we don’t let them.

See the full trailer below.

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