“The Beekeeper,” a crime action film directed by David Aye and written by Kurt Wimmer, will be released on January 12th. The audience was thrilled when they watched it in Shanghai last week, and they commented that the revenge scene featuring real knives and guns was full of excitement after the screening.
Agent Clay, portrayed by Jason Stanson, is the central figure in the book. He retired as a beekeeper and had amiable relationships with his landlord’s grandmother Parker until she lost her retirement benefits during an online scam. Clay decided to return home to investigate the fraudulent activities and expose the hidden truths behind online fraud. In the end, Clay destroyed network fraud rings, fired hot guns, and punished criminals severely.
In this film, criminals are using the internet to commit crimes, making it difficult to find them. Despite this, Clay uses his special agent skills to “kill” those who exist within powerful criminal groups. The movie features an exhilarating scene of explosions, close-range gunfire, and a realistic atmosphere that appeals to both nostalgia and true sense of morality.
The movie “Beekeepers” showcases a creative team that has created several representative works with significant box office success, many of which are highly popular among local audiences. Director David Ayer’s expertise in war, action, and crime themes is evident throughout the film, as evidenced by his screenwriting and production of “Training Day” and “Hunting U-571.” His screenwriter was incredibly popular; his representative work has generated an average boxoffice revenue of 1.2 billion yuan in mainland China, while Kurt Wimmer’storstories
Jason Stanson, the star of “Speed and Passion 10,” a film that was released in June last year and co-starred with Wu Jing in the summer season. The movie has grossed 11.1 billion yuan at the box office in mainland China, including two double platinum discs from Sony and Double Dive Entertainment.