The Fall Guy | Official Trailer

The Fall Guy | Official Trailer

The Stuntman becomes the hero. #TheFallGuyMovie only in theaters March 1.


He’s a stuntman, and like everyone in the stunt community, he gets blown up, shot, crashed, thrown through windows and dropped from the highest of heights, all for our entertainment. And now, fresh off an almost career-ending accident, this working-class hero has to track down a missing movie star, solve a conspiracy and try to win back the love of his life while still doing his day job. What could possibly go right?

From real life stunt man and director David Leitch, the blockbuster director of Bullet Train, Deadpool 2, Atomic Blonde and Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw and the producer of John Wick, Nobody and Violent Night, comes his most personal film yet. A new hilarious, hard-driving, all-star apex-action thriller and love letter to action movies and the hard-working and under-appreciated crew of people who make them: The Fall Guy.

Oscar® nominee Ryan Gosling (Barbie, La La Land, Drive) stars as Colt Seavers, a battle-scarred stuntman who, having left the business a year earlier to focus on both his physical and mental health, is drafted back into service when the star of a mega-budget studio movie—being directed by his ex, Jody Moreno, played by Golden Globe winner Emily Blunt (Oppenheimer, A Quiet Place films, Sicario)—goes missing.

While the film’s ruthless producer (Emmy winner Hannah Waddingham; Ted Lasso), maneuvers to keep the disappearance of star Tom Ryder (Golden Globe winner Aaron Taylor-Johnson; Bullet Train) a secret from the studio and the media, Colt performs the film’s most outrageous stunts while trying (with limited success) to charm his way back into Jody’s good graces. But as the mystery around the missing star deepens, Colt will find himself ensnared in a sinister, criminal plot that will push him to the edge of a fall more dangerous than any stunt.

Inspired by the hit 1980s TV series, The Fall Guy also stars Winston Duke (Black Panther franchise) and Academy Award® nominee Stephanie Hsu (Everything Everywhere All at Once).

From a screenplay by Hobbs & Shaw screenwriter Drew Pearce, The Fall Guy is produced by Kelly McCormick (Bullet Train, Nobody, Atomic Blonde) and David Leitch for their company 87North, and by Ryan Gosling and by Guymon Casady (Game of Thrones, Steve Jobs and executive producer of the upcoming series Ripley) for Entertainment 360. The film is executive produced by Drew Pearce, Entertainment 360’s Geoff Shaevitz and the creator of the original Fall Guy television series, Glen A. Larson.


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35 Responses

  1. LagoonHood says:

    You can tell David Leitch made this film to really put the spotlight on stunt doubles. Big energy in this and I love it! Can’t wait!
    (Now I’m being told this is a reboot movie of an 80s show by the same title. Still excited for the movie, though.)

  2. Carlton Taylor says:

    This is like the one 80s show that is easily transferable and can be done right. The premise works in any decade, stuntman solves mysteries hilarity ensues.

    • RF6051 says:

      That kind of thinking didn’t work out too well for the A-team

    • Brandon Harrison says:

      There was an actual 80s show this is based on. The Fall Guys starred Lee Majors and was an awesome show.

    • Carlton Taylor says:

      @RF6051 the A team was very much of the 80s and it was a cheese fest. Even for it’s time the idea that benevolent soldiers for hire would roll into a town and get rid of the local gang was a stretch but good fun. Had the movie gone with Jon Singeltons script and been simpler maybe it would’ve worked. You can tell that thing had 100 writers (they just met, randomly, in Mexico…was BA even in the army wasn’t he stealing cars to pay off a debt?) This seems pretty straight forward, good hearted, forced into a mystery, with lots of action.

    • Collin C. says:

      From the looks of this trailer it’s typical “Fast and Furious” rinse and repeat garbage

    • dbsommers1 says:

      @RF6051 I loved that movie. Even if it didn’t do well, I still loved it.

  3. linson2010 says:

    The Oscars need a best Stunt category. They deserve all the love.

  4. 💘TAP BELOW👇 says:

    They’re making a Fall Guy movie at last? Alright. I hope Lee Majors is still alive. The man needs to have a cameo in this piece.

    • Terry Weir says:

      Lee Majors is very much still alive, He’s around 81-82 years old now 😄😄

    • Joe Victor says:

      Wikipedia says he’s in it.
      My mind is blown that there was a 100+ episode 5 season 80s show that I’d never heard of. I’m a massive fan of stuff like The A-Team, Knight Rider, Magnum PI, etc. But this is the first time I’m hearing about this

    • Terry Weir says:

      @Joe Victor I loved The Fall Guy TV series, Lee Majors himself sings the theme tune to the show which is called The Unknown Stuntman 😄😄

    • Abrams says:

      Upvote from another old person.
      Give me the truck. The song. A Lee Majors cameo. I loved this show as a kid.
      And Emily Blount really needs to do a lot more action movies.

  5. Mo A says:

    I’ve never physically smiled with my whole body and soul at a trailer in a long time!

  6. Panth3rr says:

    honestly i saw the title and had like 6 heart attacks thinking this was a fall guys movie

  7. C and M says:

    The cool thing about this concept is that for every action sequence in the trailer, we don’t know if that’s just Ryan Gosling’s character filming a movie scene, or if it’s actual action on his quest to solve the mystery. Great stuff for a trailer.

  8. Brooklyn: your muscle mommy says:

    David Leitch is becoming one of my favorite directors. Bullet Train was a 10/10 for me and this looks just as good. very excited

  9. Billy Shay says:

    Will be watching this movie with absolutely NO HESITATION. My heart was racing about a million miles per hour 😂. This is serious action for sure 👏.

  10. Ashley Brooke says:

    Honestly, I’m surprised it’s taken them this long to adapt this to the big screen. Stuntmen are sort of real life action figures as it is since they often have to do all the fight coordination & take a lot of bumps so the idea of one as a diehard hero type seems obvious

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