First Punisher: War Zone Trailer!

Published 7 years ago by , Updated March 11th, 2014 at 9:28 am,

punisher war zone First Punisher: War Zone Trailer!

Courtesy of comes the first trailer for Punisher: War Zone (aka Punisher 2), directed by Lexi Alexander and starring Ray Stevenson as the title character.

The similarities to what they’re doing for this Punisher reboot and what they’ve done with Hulk is uncanny. It’s the same situation: Marvel movies that didn’t do that great first time around, essentially rebooted to do the second time what they should have done initially: Keep the feel much closer to the comic book source material.

You can check out the first Punisher trailer below.


I like this trailer a LOT. It strikes me as what the world of Frank Castle should be like. Dark, gritty and in New York City.

I think that how The Incredible Hulk does at the box office will be a good indicator of how this Punisher reboot will do, so it will be interesting to follow the numbers on both movies.

If you want to see the trailer in much higher res/HD head over to

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  1. Give this movie a chance I met a producer in Vegas who tod me why Thomas Jane wasn’t teturning first asking for too much money second turned up too drunk at a comic convention.

    Also Jane wanted the movie to be like Martin Scorsesse Taxi Driver, not the same character at all he mis-lead himself if this movie makes back the money from the budget thats good hence the sequeal fingers crossed will have a bigger budget for the production which is needed.

    Have to admit some of the producers have got major movies behind them, why such a low budget is Lionsgate scared?