Michael B. Jordan Is The Most Dangerous Man Alive In The Final Trailer For TOM CLANCY'S WITHOUT REMORSE

Michael B. Jordan Is The Most Dangerous Man Alive In The Final Trailer For TOM CLANCY'S WITHOUT REMORSE

They brought war into his house. Now, he's going to make them play by his rules. The official final trailer for Michael B. Jordan's Tom Clancy's Without Remorse is here, and it's pretty damn awesome.

By RohanPatel - Apr 06, 2021 08:04 AM EST
Filed Under: Jack Ryan

Amazon Prime Video has released the official final trailer for Tom Clancy's Without Remorse, which stars Primetime Emmy-nominee Michael B. Jordan (Black Panther; Creed) in the lead role as John Kelly John T. Clark. 

Clark is widely considered the second-most popular character in author Tom Clancy's "Ryanverse," behind only Jack Ryan himself. The film is expected to adapt the events of Clancy's 1993 thriller novel of the same name, which explores his tragic origin story and details his turn from John Terrence Kelly to John T. Clark.

While this film will presumably be set firmly in the greater Ryanverse, it's uncertain whether it will actually end up tying into Amazon's acclaimed Jack Ryan series starring John Krasinski (The Office; A Quiet Place). The possibility can't be ruled out just yet, however, as Jodie Turner-Smith will also star as Karen Greer - the daughter of Jim Greer, who is played by Wendell Pierce (The Wire; Selma) in the Amazon series.

Future plans have yet to-be-determined, but Jordan was originally slated to star in a two-part film series comprised of both Without Remorse and Rainbow Six.

Stefano Sollima (Sicario: Day of the SoldadoSuburra) helmed the actioner with a screenplay from Academy Award-nominee Taylor Sheridan (SicarioWind River) and Will Staples (Shooter; Sweet Girl).

In addition to Jordan and Turner-Smith, the cast features Jamie Bell (Fantastic FourSnowpiercer) as Robert Ritter, Luke Mitchell (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.Blindspot) as Rowdy, Jack Kesy (Deadpool 2The Strain) as Thunder, Lauren London (The GameThe Perfect Match) as Pam, Brett Gelman (FleabagStranger Things) as Victor Rykov, Colman Domingo (EuphoriaFear the Walking Dead) as Pastor West, Golden Globe-nominee Guy Pearce (MementoIron Man 3) as Secretary Clay, Jacob Scipio (Bad Boys for LifeThe Outpost) as Hatchet, Cam Gigandet (Never Back DownThe Magnificent Seven) as Keith Webb, and Todd Lasance (The Vampire Diaries; The Flash) as Dallas.

Without Remorse starts streaming on April 30, exclusively on Amazon Prime Video. 

An elite Navy SEAL uncovers an international conspiracy while seeking justice for the murder of his pregnant wife in Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse, the explosive origin story of action hero John Clark – one of the most popular characters in author Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan universe. When a squad of Russian soldiers kills his family in retaliation for his role in a top-secret op, Sr. Chief John Kelly (Michael B. Jordan) pursues the assassins at all costs. Joining forces with a fellow SEAL (Jodie Turner-Smith) and a shadowy CIA agent (Jamie Bell), Kelly’s mission unwittingly exposes a covert plot that threatens to engulf the U.S. and Russia in an all-out war. Torn between personal honor and loyalty to his country, Kelly must fight his enemies without remorse if he hopes to avert disaster and reveal the powerful figures behind the conspiracy.

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GhostDog - 4/6/2021, 8:12 AM
Looks like a solid watch and it has Taylor Sheridan on the script and story.
IronGenesis - 4/6/2021, 8:14 AM
If you were advising MBJ and the offers came and you could only pick ONE

- Superman with JJ Abrahams
- Killmonger (but really new Black Panther) in MCU
- Green Lantern with HBOMAX
- Pass on all of it.

What would you advise.
bkmeijer2 - 4/6/2021, 8:15 AM
@IronGenesis - I would want to him return as Killmonger, but only as Killmonger in the Ancestral Plane
DannRamm113 - 4/6/2021, 8:19 AM
@IronGenesis -

Not knowing pay, or contract:

Superman: grandaddy of super heros, almost guarenteed a 3 picture deal with good pay check, with unburdened hate coming from the internet.

Killmonger: great character whose arc was fufilled, would be a decision of money vs integrity

Lantern: Miniseries are becoming bigger, prior relationship with HBO, chance for his production company to step in and to direct some episodes as thats part of the goal.

In the end, I'd advise Lantern if I could guarantee a chance to direct at least 2 episodes in the first season. Otherwise, Superman
IronGenesis - 4/6/2021, 8:29 AM
@bkmeijer - you just sparked a key question for BP2...if characters who have passed can appear in Ancestral Plane...how will they explain T’Challa not even appearing there? Wonder if they will have to pass on ever going back there.
IronGenesis - 4/6/2021, 8:30 AM
@DannRamm113 - lol you might of sold me on Lantern being the play for MBJ. And that was my 3rd favorite option!
bkmeijer2 - 4/6/2021, 9:27 AM
@IronGenesis - I think that if we see T'Challa again in the Ancestral Plane, it'll be as reused footage. Or have him be in the background and have Killmonger or T'Chaka speak on his behalf
oldnoname - 4/6/2021, 9:33 AM
@IronGenesis - Honestly, pass on all of it. I don't see him as Cal, he's done Killmonger and I liked the ending they gave him. Eh on his GL casting. I could see Luke Fox.
mastakilla39 - 4/6/2021, 9:46 AM
@IronGenesis -

1. I will pick Superman. If there's an opportunity to redefine the most iconic superhero and reshape it to match our current times then it will be Superman. We need Superman now more than ever and we need him to represent immigrants rather than some fantasy sci fi planet.

2. Killmonger doesn't need to come back. His arc and how it affected T'Challa was completed at the end of the film. I rather he come back as Josh Trank's Human Torch just so Deadpool can off him if he were to pick another Marvel character.

3. Green Lantern has too much baggage from Ryan Reynolds ripping it apart every interview. I feel like the brand and interest in this property by the majority outside comic book fans is non-existent. Even a great actor like him can't change it, also he will have to compete with Berlanti's Tv show of doing everything 1st so most of the ideas are probably going to feel recycled similar to the upcoming flash film.
1AboveAll - 4/6/2021, 11:11 AM
@mastakilla39 - Pass on all of it
bkmeijer2 - 4/6/2021, 8:17 AM
Story doesn't look to special, but with Sheridan attached it'll probably still be a good one. Action looks great, and overall it feels very fitting for MBJ.
PantherKing - 4/6/2021, 8:23 AM
Honestly a Tom Clancy universe might be pretty dope. Bring me rainbow six and ghost recon on screen. Don’t forget splinter cell.
GhostDog - 4/6/2021, 9:00 AM
@PantherKing - Splinter Cell anime is coming from John Wick writer
PantherKing - 4/6/2021, 9:07 AM
@BlackBeltJones - I totally forgot about that
rexlincoln - 4/6/2021, 8:33 AM
Huge fan of Taylor Sheridan but I've also recently gotten into the Director, Stefano Sollima. He did the sequel to Sicario and a really great miniseries ZeroZeroZero. So I'm really looking forward to this.
MrCamw1 - 4/6/2021, 8:33 AM
Confession I haven't watched, read, played and seen anything Tom Clancy related.
Kumkani - 4/6/2021, 8:36 AM
I don't know if this makes any sense but this feels like a Michael B Jordan movie. It just looks like a movie borrowing from Creed and Killmonger iconography.
GhostDog - 4/6/2021, 9:00 AM
@Kumkani - the banner made me think Killmonger prequel lol
ModHaterSLADE - 4/6/2021, 8:49 AM
Looks like it'll be an entertaining action flick. Still waiting for a Splinter Cell movie.
inkniron - 4/6/2021, 8:53 AM
This looks like a very loose adaptation that strays very far for the source material. It may be a good watch for the uninitiated but will be sure to piss off purists.
MuadDib - 4/6/2021, 8:55 AM
Looking forward to seeing this one, looks very entertaining traditional revenge movie. Break out the popcorn 🍿
Lhornbk - 4/6/2021, 9:40 AM
This looks like an extremely, extremely loose adaptation of the actual book. Basically they kept the idea that he's seeking revenge, and then changed everything else. Now I can kind of understand moving away from the Vietnam War time frame of the book, but I have a hard time seeing, based on the trailer, how this leads to his name change.

In the book, John Kelly meets a girl who turns out to have run away from home several years earlier and has been turned into a prostitute and drug mule. She runs away from her pimp after seeing him and some others kill another girl. Kelly had lost his wife in a car accident about a year earlier and falls in love with this new girl and, with help from a doctor, gets her off the drugs. Out of curiosity he asks her to show him the neighborhood where she was living as he is taking her to a detective he knows to rat out the drug operation, and she is recognized and some of the drug dealers are able to chase them down and kill her and shoot him, thinking they killed him. He survives though, and after rehab begins hunting down everyone involved on his own, basically as a vigilante. He was one of the first SEALs in Vietnam and so has particular skills that help with that. Kelly had also helped rescue an admiral's son who had been shot down in Vietnam a few years earlier, and that admiral, along with James Greer at the CIA, ask Kelly to help with another mission in Vietnam, an attempt to rescue some POWs. That operation ends up going bust due to an informant, but the CIA decides to offer Kelly a job, and that's when he tells them about all these drug dealers he's been killing and that the police are close to figuring it out. They decide to fake his death to get him off the police radar, so that is why he ends up changing his name to Clark. (Also, to help cement his new role in the CIA, he has to kill the informant who ratted out the rescue operation to the Soviet Union. He goes to the guy's house and basically tells him to either overdose on heroin or get knifed to death. The guy chooses the heroin.)

So while I can understand not wanting to set the movie over 50 years in the past, they could have still had Kelly hunting down drug dealers and had him go on a rescue mission in Iraq or Afghanistan or someplace like that, and eventually had him fake his death. From the trailer though, they seem to be going in a very different direction. Maybe it will work, but of all of Tom Clancy's books, Without Remorse was the one that probably had the best set up to be turned into a movie. They really should have done it back in the 90s when they could have still used the Vietnam Era setting. (And yes, in the books Kelly/Clark is white, but the change in race really isn't that big a deal in this instance.)
QuietStorm - 4/6/2021, 12:13 PM
Why did they want so long for the release? They advertised during the Super Bowl. I thought thhis came and went already.
HeavyMetal4Life - 4/6/2021, 2:40 PM
This looks great, really looking forward to catching this!
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