Warner Bros. has debuted a new TV spot for Bullet to the Head, director Walter Hill's odd-couple action-thriller that has shades of his 1982 classic 48 Hours. Like all good "buddy" movies, Bullet to the Head starts off with two guys who could not be more opposite, the hitman Jimmy Bobo (Sylvester Stallone), and the cop Taylor Kwon (Sung Kang). They team up to take down a mutual enemy, the man who kidnapped Jimmy's daughter (Sarah Shahi) and killed Taylor's partner. The buddy genre is alive and well, as you can see in the latest action-packed footage.
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