New Trailer For Karen Gillan’s New Movie ‘Gunpowder Milkshake’ Drops

Looks exciting!

The anticipated Karen Gillan starring comedy-action movie Gunpowder Milkshake just dropped a fresh trailer for the movie, and it looks very exciting!

The new trailer for Gunpowder Milkshake is packed with full-on action. The trailer comes alive with bright colors on full display, and the sound of blazing guns make for a very entertaining trailer.

Gunpowder Milkshake is directed by Israeli filmmaker Navot Papushado, credited with the 2013 horror Big Bad Wolves (which earned him two Israeli Academy Award nominations), and the 2010 horror-comedy Rabies. The film stars Karen Gillan as Sam and Chloe Coleman as 8-year-old Emily alongside Lean Headey, who plays Scarlet, the mother of Sam. Other notable cast members include Angela Bassett, Michelle Yeoh, Carla Gugino and others.

Gunpowder Milkshake’s screenplay is written by Navot Papushado and Ehud Lavski, who co-wrote the movie. The movie’s plot follows the assassin, Sam (Karen Gillan), who must reunite with her mother (Lean Headey) after a high-stakes mission goes out of control, where Sam involves an innocent 8-year-old girl (Chloe Coleman) in the middle of a gang war Sam unleashed. Sam teams up with her mother and her former sidekicks, who all join forces in a war against those who took everything from them.

Gunpowder Milkshake was first announced during the American Film Market in April 2018. Karen Gillan was cast in the movie in 2019, followed by Lean Headey along with the other cast members of the movie. The movie began filming in 2019 and finished by August 20, during the same year itself.

Gunpowder Milkshake is scheduled for a release on Netflix on July 14, 2021, with International release in theaters scheduled for July 21, 2021.

Gunpowder Milkshake star Karen Gillan says the movie is more ‘Kill Bill’ than ‘John Wick’

In an exclusive chat, the movie’s star Karen Gillan explained that Gunpowder Milkshake is more ‘Kill Bill’ than ‘John Wick’, not ruling out that it is in a way related to ‘John Wick’-

“It sort of exists in a fairly similar world to John Wick. They’re going to pick up their weapons from a place and using code words.”

“I would say the film is pretty different tonally. It’s definitely slightly weirder. It’s more bonkers. It’s really stylized. So I would say that there’s like a level of Tarantino feel to it. Maybe like Kill Bill more so than John Wick.”

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