Veteran Hollywood actor Sylvester Stallone is all set to turn superhero in Amazon Prime Video’s upcoming action-thriller ‘Samaritan’. While fans were eagerly waiting to know more about the project, the makers have finally dropped the official trailer of the movie. And with the renowned superstar turning into a superhero, the trailer has been gaining everyone’s attention online.
Interestingly, a group of desi-Twitter users felt that Stallone’s look in the upcoming movie reminded them of Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan. And within no time the topic started buzzing on the microblogging platform as more and more Twitter users joined the conversation. Check out a few comments here:
Sylvester Stallone is probably doing a cameo cos if this is not Amitabh Bacchan then who is pic.twitter.com/1ndrq4cuJM
— MojoJojo420 (@mohinijain204) July 28, 2022
” Sylvester Amitabh Stallone Bachchan ” pic.twitter.com/svQ2z71POE
— Lady Nisha (@Lady_nishaaa) July 28, 2022
— Kawaljit Singh Bedi (@kawaljit) July 28, 2022
Now that someone has pointed it out…i cannot help but see amithabh bacchan in Sylvester Stallone.#Samaritan
— Sandydogra 🇮🇳 #NoVoteToBJP (@dograsandeep) July 29, 2022
— Amit (@ConvertedSoul) July 29, 2022
— Suchint Joshi (@SuchintJ) July 28, 2022
While Stallone plays a garbage collector while hiding his superhero image in ‘Samaritan’, the two minutes and forty five seconds video introduces us to his superhuman powers, with flashback images of his superhero days.
Helmed by Julius Avery, ‘Samaritan’ is all set to premiere on Amazon Prime Video on August 26, 2022. Apart from Stallone, the film will also feature Javon Walton, Pilou Asbæk and Dascha Polanco in significant roles.
On the other hand, Big B will soon be seen in Ayan Mukerji ‘Brahmastra’ alongside Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt. Well, the renowned actor has a long list of projects ‘Goodbye’, ‘Project K’ and ‘Uunchai’ in the pipeline.
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