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Lionsgate has announced the much-anticipated release date of John Woo’s film, “Silent Night.” Get all the details about its release date, cast, and more right here.

Silent Night,” directed by John Woo, is all set to hit theaters this December.

This film marks John Woo’s second release in American theaters, following his debut release “Paycheck” in 2003.

Silent Night: Release Date

Lionsgate has announced that the highly anticipated film will be released on Friday, December 1, 2023.

Silent Night: Cast Revealed

Starring Joel Kinnaman from “Suicide Squad,” Scott Mescudi from “MaXXXine,” Hero Torres from “Run Coyote Run,” and Catalina Sandino Moreno from “Ballerina,” this film promises to be a thrilling thriller with a twist.

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Silent Night: The Story

The official synopsis of the film reads: “Directed by the legendary John Woo and produced by John Wick, it’s the story of a grieving father (Joel Kinnaman) who witnesses his young son’s death in a shootout on Christmas Eve, setting him on a mission of vengeance.”

Continuing, it states, “During his journey to recover from a wound that left him mute, Kinnaman turns revenge into his life’s mission, embarking on a rigorous training regimen to avenge his son’s death.”

Claimed to be “redefining action with Woo’s signature style, tells a one-minute story with a thrilling action style.”

John Woo directs the film, with the screenplay written by Robert Archer Lynn, who also co-wrote the script.

Alongside John, the film features Christina Marquette, Lori Tilkin Defelis, Basil Ivanik, and Erika Lee as producers.

According to entertainment magazine Deadline, the film has no dialogues, which will be an interesting aspect to watch for.

John Woo’s Hollywood Directing Career

John Woo is a film producer from Hong Kong, who made his Hollywood debut in 2003 with the film “Paycheck,” starring Ben Affleck and Aaron Eckhart.

The 76-year-old film producer has also directed famous Hollywood films like “Face/Off,” “Mission: Impossible 2,” and “Windtalkers.”

He is known for his martial arts-style films, such as “A Better Tomorrow” and “The Killer,” in the Hong Kong cinema genre.

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