Die in a Gunfight Clip Shows Romanticism Between Alexandra Daddario and Diego Boneta

Die in a Gunfight with Diego Boneta and Alexandra Daddario

Die in a Gunfight with Diego Boneta and Alexandra Daddario

In any story similar to William Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet, nothing ends well with two romantic lovers from opposite families. As the title suggests, Die in a Gunfight, sounds like another forbidden love that’ll end in a very tragic way.

The cast includes Alexandra Daddario, Diego Boneta, Justin Chatwin, Wade Allain-Marcus, Billy Crudup, with Emmanuelle Chriqui and Travis Fimmel. Collin Schiffli directed the movie from a script written by Andrew Barrer and Gabriel Ferrari.

Here’s the official synopsis of Die in a Gunfight:

In Die in a Gunfight, Mary (Alexandra Daddario) and Ben (Diego Boneta) are the star-crossed black sheep of two powerful families engaged in a centuries-long feud – and they’re about to reignite an affair after many years apart. Their forbidden love will trigger the dominoes that will draw in Mukul (Wade Allain-Marcus), Ben’s best friend, who owes him a life debt; Terrence (Justin Chatwin), Mary’s would-be protector-turned stalker; Wayne (Travis Fimmel), an Aussie hitman with an open mind and a code of ethics; and his free-spirited girlfriend, Barbie (Emmanuelle Chriqui). As fists and bullets fly, it becomes clear that violent delights will have violent ends.

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With plenty of fist fights and gun battles, Die in a Gunfight seems to be a cat & mouse chase as warring parties send assassins send to take out one of the lovers in the relationship. No doubt the appeal of the film is a well-rounded cast and the thrilling chase with some humor.

Die in a Gunfight is in theaters and On Demand on Friday, July 16.

Watch a clip from the movie below. The scene has Mary (Alexandra Daddario) and Ben (Diego Boneta) hiding in a local diner in plain sight. However, bad luck follows them everywhere as their romantic scene is interrupted by a kitchen fire and sprinkler systems.

Source: Lionsgate

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