War Dogs Trailer Shows Jonah Hill, Miles Teller As Arms Dealers

Posted: Mar 25 2016, 11:52am CDT | by , Updated: Mar 25 2016, 5:10pm CDT, in Latest Movie News


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War Dogs Trailer Shows Jonah Hill, Miles Teller as Arms Dealers
  • “War Dogs” A Comedy-Action Movie Will Star Jonah Hill and Miles Teller

New action-comedy “War Dogs” will showcase Jonah Hill and Miles Teller playing with guns and indulging in firearms dealing.

“War Dogs” will be a comedy-action movie that will be seen in theaters in a few weeks’ time. Its plot is based on a true story. Its story was indicated in a Rolling Stones article written by Guy Lawson. This movie was initially called “Arms and Dudes” but now the name “War Dogs” has been finalized.

The story of this comedy-action follows the lives of two friends Efraim Diveroli and David Packouz. Both of the friends are shown to be in their 20s and living in Miami.

They are involved in multiple arms dealing situations. They are shown underbidding their rivals for a mere $53 million for a $300 million job. However, their underbidding actually results in their being arrested by the military.

They are shown unknowingly getting into a deal with an unknown group which turns out to be U.S Government officials.

Both of the lead actors will be seen doing lots of partying alongside the usual indulgence in some gunplay. This movie is directed by “The Hangover” director Todd Phillips.

This movie will also showcase Bradley Cooper and Ana de Armas.The script is co-written by the director of the movie and Stephen Chin along with Jason Smilovic. It is produced by Mark Gordon and Cooper.

“War Dogs” by Warner Bros will be released on August 19th, 2016.

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