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First images and release date of ‘Jolt’, with Kate Beckinsale

Amazon Studios and Millennium Media have introduced that their upcoming motion comedy titled ‘Jolt‘coming completely to Amazon Prime Video on July 23. Alongside with the announcement of its release date have been printed the primary images of the movie starring Kate Beckinsale, who returns to the motion style 4 years after starring in ‘Underworld: Blood Wars’.

‘Jolt’ follows the story of Lindy (Beckinsale), a girl with a major problem with managing her anger. An electrode lined vest helps her management this anger that makes her turn out to be a assassin. On this manner she manages to return to normality and not be a assassin, however after the homicide of the primary man she has cherished, Lindy decides to seek for the assassin and take revenge whereas the police pursue her as the principle suspect within the crime.

Alongside Beckinsale, the movie stars Stanley Tucci, Bobby Cannavale, Laverne Cox, Jai Courtney, Ori Pfeffer and David Bradley. The movie is directed by Tanya Wexler (‘Hysteria’) from a screenplay written by Scott Wascha.

Sherryl Clark and David Bernardi of Millennium Media and Les Weldon are the producers of this movie which is government produced by Avi Lerner, Trevor Brief, Boaz Davidson, Jeffrey Greenstein and Jonathan Yunger of Millennium Media.

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