The Free Fire trailer is here and Brie Larson isn't such a nice girl

Hold on to your hats because a shoot-out is about to go down.

The trailer to Ben Wheatley’s new film Free Fire has just landed and it looks all kinds of awesome.

In the film an arms deal brokered by Oscar-winning Brie’s character goes wrong and it seems everyone takes a bullet at some point.

There are wall-to-wall stars with Cillian Murphy, Sharlto Copley, Armie Hammer and Sam Riley all making appearances, but the real stars are the 1970s costumes and facial hair.

Director Ben enjoyed huge success last year with his film High Rise, starring Tom Hiddleston.

Free Fire will hit UK cinemas on March 31 2017.

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