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First of Bruce Willis’s DETECTIVE KNIGHT Trilogy In Theatres & On-Demand

First of Bruce Willis’s DETECTIVE KNIGHT Trilogy In Theatres & On-Demand

Detective Knight: Rogue, the first of Bruce Willis’s Detective Knight trilogy of movies filmed before he retired because of debilitating aphasia, is in selected theatres and on-demand.

Written and directed by Edward John Drake, two of the Detective Knight movies filmed in Vancouver from mid-November to mid-December 2021, with Vancouver’s Lochlyn Munro and Michael Eklund co-starring with Willis.

Related: Bruce Willis Filming Two Detective Knight Movies in Vancouver

The first movie Detective Knight: Rogue is set at Halloween and follows Bruce Willis’s Detective James Knight hunting down a gang of masked robbers; the second movie Detective Knight: Redemption is set at Christmas when Knight is caught up in a prison break masterminded by The Christmas Bomber; and the third movie Detective Knight: Independence is set in the summer as Knight tries to stop a misguided vigilante from wrecking the city on Independence Day.

Bruce Willis stars as veteran Detective James Knight, dedicated to navigating the demanding streets of Los Angeles, in this thrilling first of a trilogy of films. As the city prepares for Halloween, mask-wearing armed robbers critically wound Knight’s partner in a shootout following a heist. With Knight in hot pursuit, the bandits flee L.A. for New York, where the detective’s dark past collides with his present case and threatens to tear his world apart… unless redemption can claim Knight first.

Writer/Director: Edward Drake.

Cast: Bruce Willis, Lochlyn Munro,Jimmy Jean-Louis, Michael Eklund, Corey Large, Keeya King.

Bruce Willis In Vancouver rain as New York City rain.

Downtown Vancouver’s Oceanic Plaza as New York Strong Plaza.

Bruce Willis.

Michael Eklund.

In theatres and on-demand.

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