Producer Graham King's GK Film unleashed the first theatrical trailer for Mel Gibson's made-in-Boston thriller "Edge of Darkness."
The good news? The Hub is showcased in all of its gritty glory. Think more "The Departed" and less "Bride Wars."
The film, slotted for release on January 29, 2010, was directed by Martin Campbell from a script by "The Departed" scribe William Monahan.
Based on the dark 1985 BBC miniseries, "Edge of Darkness" is a thriller about a Boston cop who investigates the murder of his protester daughter who who was killed on the steps of his own home (a triple-decker located at 68 Bradfield in Roslindale).
"Edge of Darkness" was shot in Boston from Monday, Aug. 18 until Saturday, Nov. 22.
Locations include South Station, Foodie's in the South End, Cathedral of the Holy Cross, 315 Dartmouth Street, Gannon Municipal Golf Course in Lynn, Hampshire County Courthouse in Northampton, Mount Sugarloaf in South Deerfield as well as a sound stage in Chelsea.
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