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Deepwater Horizon Lifts the Story of an Oil Leak in the Middle of the Sea

A catastrophic event of leaking offshore oil drilling facilities that occurred in July to July 2010 in the Gulf of Mexico, United States was made into a film Deepwater Horizon. Now, the film has released its first trailer and depicts the ferocity of nature’s fury in the form of flammable crude oil.

In the released trailer Lionsgate, Mark Wahlberg (Daddy’s Home, The Gambler) plays an oil refinery worker and father and husband named Mike Williams. This film is directed by the director Peter Berg (Battleship) with scenario from Matthew Michael (World War Z) and Matthew Sand (Ninja Assassin). The screenplay for this film is based on the article entitled Deepwater Horizon’s Final Hours who reported on the disaster, written by David Barstow, Daivd Rohde, and Stephani Saul this article was later published New York Times.

deepwater-horizon-DAFDeepwater Horizon will tell the story of the courageous experience of oil drilling workers in tackling and surviving in the midst of fires and oil leaks that are very difficult to overcome.

Besides Mark Wahlberg, this film also stars Dylan O’Brien, Kurt Russell, Kate Hudson, John Malkovich, Gina Rodriguez, Ehtan Suplee, and Douglas M. Griffin. Lorenzo Bonaventure and Mark Vahradian from Bonaventure Pictuers Stephen Levinson, David Womark from Closest to the Hole and Leverage Entertainment be the producer of this film.

Deepwater Horizon itself is scheduled for release in September, while waiting to watch the first trailer below.