Michael Keaton’s New Film “Knox Goes Away”

Michael Keaton’s New Film “Knox Goes Away”

Michael Keaton is back in the spotlight with the release of the trailer for his latest film, Knox Goes Away. This thriller marks Keaton’s second feature behind the camera, where he also stars alongside Al Pacino, James Marsden, Marcia Gay Harden, and more. The story follows John Knox, a hit man who is trying to make amends before his newly discovered dementia takes over. With the help of a friend with a shady past, Knox races against time to save his son from a dangerous mistake before it’s too late.

The cast of Knox Goes Away also includes Suzy Nakamura, John Hoogenakker, Joanna Kulig, Ray McKinnon, and Lela Loren. The film was scripted by Gregory Poirier, known for his work on “National Treasure: Book of Secrets.” In addition to Keaton, the producers of the film include Trevor Matthews, Nick Gordon, Michael Sugar, and Ashley Zalta. With such a talented cast and crew, Knox Goes Away promises to be an intense and gripping thriller.

Michael Keaton’s first feature film was the 2008 crime thriller, The Merry Gentleman. In this film, he starred opposite Kelly Macdonald and Bobby Cannavale. Keaton is no stranger to the big screen, having portrayed iconic roles such as Bruce Wayne aka Batman in Warner Bros/DC’s The Flash. Fans can also look forward to seeing Keaton reprise his role in Tim Burton’s Beetlejuice 2 in the near future.

Saban Films has set the U.S. release date for Knox Goes Away on March 15, with the film premiering exclusively in theaters nationwide. The film debuted at the Toronto Film Festival last year to much anticipation. FilmNation Entertainment is handling the international rights for the film, ensuring that Keaton’s latest project reaches audiences around the world.

Michael Keaton’s return with Knox Goes Away is a testament to his versatility and talent as an actor and filmmaker. With a star-studded cast, a gripping storyline, and a talented crew behind the scenes, this thriller promises to keep audiences on the edge of their seats. Keep an eye out for Knox Goes Away in theaters on March 15.


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