Taken from Rio Bravo is one of two upcoming movies in which Nevsky plays a mysterious Russian gunslinger named Ivan Turchin. The other, Gunfight at Rio Bravo, was shot last year and will be released first. It also stars Matthias Hues, Irina Antonenko (Gasoline Alley), Don ‘The Dragon’ Wilson, Cynthia Rothrock, John Fallon (The Shelter), and Cornet himself.
The movie centers on two buddies who hunt down a group of vicious people traffickers who had abducted five ladies in East Texas in 1874. They race against time to locate and liberate the women with the help of an Indian scout before the traffickers sell them to sex slave purchasers near the Mexican border.
We returned to the fantastic Arizona setting of Gammons’ Gulch in addition to having the same outstanding production team (from Gunfight at Rio Bravo) sign up once more, according to Cornet. “By featuring the legendary Cynthia Rothrock and world kickboxing champion Don “The Dragon” Wilson, we boost the ante on bigger action this time! Naturally, Alexander Nevsky is back as the main character, and Ivan Turchin and I both return as Sheriff Kelly. The fresh caliber of western action in Taken From Rio Bravo will excite viewers.
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Eric Brenner (Crazy Heart) of ETA Films served as the movie’s executive producer, while Craig Hamann penned the script. Nevsky is producing under his Hollywood Storm production label. His past projects include Moscow Heat (2004), The Black Rose (2014), and Showdown in Manila (2016). Attorney Joseph S. Fischbach and Lou Pitt of The Pitt Group are his legal representatives.