A bloodied Jackson (Scott Eastwood) fights to survive after taking a gunshot to the chest in our exclusive clip from the upcoming Western Diablo, arriving in theaters and VOD platforms including iTunes on January 8. Adam Beach is also featured in this scene as Nakoma, an Indian who uses a bizarre method to help his wound heal. This Indian healer also reveals that his son dragged Jackson here on the back of his horse, and Jackson should be thankful since stories have emerged of a killer on that trail.
In Diablo, Scott Eastwood plays a former Civil War soldier with post-traumatic stress disorder who hits the trail in an attempt to rescue his young wife from kidnappers. Along the way, he begins to unravel as the horrors of war come back to haunt him. With killers around every corner, the lines begin to blur between who the good and the bad are, including Jackson. As a final gunfight looms for our hero, he is asked to risk it all to save the woman he loves.
Walton Goggins also stars alongside Camilla Belle, Samuel Marty, Danny Glover, Roberto Franco, Jose Zuniga, Diego Diablo Del Mar and Nesta Cooper. Diablo had its world premiere in October at the 2015 San Diego Film Festival where it won the jury award for Best Feature Film. It isn't known how wide a release Diablo will receive on January 8, but fans will still be able to watch this Western from the comfort of their own home on VOD platforms.
Diablo is directed by Lawrence Roeck (The Forger), from a screenplay he wrote with Carlos De Los Rios (Playing Mona Lisa). Shana Wilson also served as the executive producer. Lawrence Roeck and Carlos De Los Rios both previously co-wrote the screenplay for The Forger.
Diablo stars Scott Eastwood and Adam Beach will also be seen in one of next year's most highly-anticipated movies, Warner Bros.' Suicide Squad, which hits theaters on August 5. Adam Beach plays Slipknot in this superhero adventure, but Scott Eastwood's character has still not been revealed at this time. While we wait for more details on Suicide Squad, take a look at Scott Eastwood and Adam Beach in our exclusive scene from Diablo, in theaters and on VOD platforms January 8.