Before heading to limited theaters on May 23, the political satire film 'War, Inc.' starring John Cusack, Marisa Tomei and Hilary Duff celebrated its premiere on Monday, April 28 in New York City.
The upcoming political war comedy "War, Inc." rolled down its red carpet for its premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival on Monday, April 28, night. The special event for the film about a hitman played by John Cusack sent into a war in the Middle East earlier is said to be one of the festival big debuts due to its star-studded cast.
Held at the prestigious festival in New York City, the premiere of the First Look Studios' dramedy saw some of its cast ensemble, including Marisa Tomei, Hilary Duff and Sergej Trifunovic, as well as director Josh Seftel grazing the red carpet. Though the main star Cusack was nowhere to be seen, the special event was attended also by other celebrities, such as Haylie Duff, John McEnroe, Patty Smyth, Montel Williams and Leven Rambin.
Coming into limited theaters on May 23, "Inc" follows a story of a troubled hitman hired by former U.S. Vice-President turned CEO of an American private corporation to kill a Middle East oil minister in order to monopolize the market. Taking cover as the corporation's Trade Show Producer to successfully do his job, the hitman is faced with a challenge as he has to organize the wedding of a pop star and woo a left wing reporter.