Wrath of Man

Wrath of Man

Wrath of Man

Wrath of Man

A cold and mysterious new security guard for a Los Angeles cash truck company surprises his co-workers when he unleashes precision skills during a heist. The crew is left wondering who he is and where he came from. Soon, the marksman's ultimate motive becomes clear as he takes dramatic and irrevocable steps to settle a score.

Wrath of Man Details

Title Wrath of Man
Air Date Apr 22, 2021
Runtime 119 Minutes
Genres Action, Crime, Thriller
Cast Jason Statham (H), Holt McCallany (Bullet), Josh Hartnett (Boy Sweat Dave), Eddie Marsan (Terry), Darrell D'Silva (Mike), Scott Eastwood (Jan), Jeffrey Donovan (Jackson), Niamh Algar (Dana), Andy García (Agent King), Babs Olusanmokun (Moggy), Raúl Castillo (Sam), Alex Ferns (Sticky John), Deobia Oparei (Brad), Laz Alonso (Carlos), Chris Reilly (Tim), Post Malone (Robber), Lyne Renee (Kirsty), Rocci Williams (Hollow Bob), Anthony Molinari (Robber), Tadhg Murphy (Shirley), Matthew Illesley (Jackson's Son), Rebecca Calder (Amy), Jason Wong (FBI Agent Okey), Alessandro Babalola (Stuart), Eli Brown (Dougie), Cameron Jack (Brendan), Montana Manning (Anna), Josh Cowdery (Hubbard), Eve Macklin (Jane), Fernando Martinez (Chef), Stevee Davies (Hotel Receptionist), James Warren (Heavy #1), Sam Shoubber (Wealthy Arab), Daniel Joseph Woolf (Bar Punter), Leonardo Lacaria (Bar Customer), Khalid Ghajji (Officer), Anthony Elfonzia (Security Guard), Martin Bratanov (Office Manager), Phoebe Farnham (Jackson's Daughter), Mark Shrimpton (Armourer's Assistant), Dee Pearce (), Cain Aiden (Stadium Goer), Stephanie Mae (Nurse), Christian Sanderson (Hotel Guest), Luke Lynch (Pool Player (uncredited)), Rob Delaney (Boss Blake Halls), Puneet Tyagi (Sam), Gerald Tyler (Armourer)