Free TV premiere of “Angel Has Fallen” with Gerard Butler today

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Free-TV-Premiere in the second: “Angel Has Fallen” is the third part of the action film series that began in 2013 with “Olympus Has Fallen”.

After “Olympus Has Fallen” and “London Has Fallen” (2016), the Briton Gerard Butler takes on the role of Secret Service agent Mike Banning for the third time. In terms of content, “Angel Has Fallen” ties in with its two predecessors. However, there were personnel changes that did not detract from the entertainment factor of the fast-paced action film. Piper Perabo replaces Radha Mitchell in the role of Banning’s wife Leah. Aaron Eckhart also has to abdicate as US President Benjamin Asher.

Mike Banning (Gerard Butler) saved the US President’s life twice. The Secret Service agent is now considering switching to back office so that he is no longer at the forefront. But on a fishing trip, the new US President Allan Trumbull (Morgan Freeman) is assassinated. In this role, the acting veteran was also in the first two films. Now he is completing his political ascent. First he was the Speaker of the House of Representatives, then Vice President, and now he’s the Head of State.

The president survived the attack, seriously injured. The entire security team, however, is wiped out, only his most loyal bodyguard survived the attack.

This makes Banning the prime suspect. As more bogus evidence emerges, the Secret Service agent is on his own. He does everything to expose the masterminds of the conspiracy and to save the president. The film runs in the framework of the Monday cinema today, at 10.15 p.m., in the second.

Source: ZDF


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