Jason Momoa stars as a deadly bounty hunter outlaw in the latest trailer for upcoming Western thriller The Last Manhunt.

Inspired by true events in the early 1900s, the film follows two young lovers Willie Boy (Martin Sensmeier) and Carlotta (Mainei Kinimaka) who are on the run in the Mojave desert due to an accidental killing.

The new trailer for the film – set to be released on November 18 – starts off with an eerily quiet view of the desert, before it switches over to Momoa, 43 (as Big Jim) who says: ‘You got a reckoning coming.’

Outlaw: Jason Momoa stars as a deadly bounty hunter outlaw in the latest trailer for upcoming Western thriller The Last Manhunt

He is then shown handling a hunting rifle. 

The scene then switches to a showdown in the desert, with multiple men lined up for what appears to be an upcoming gunfight.

A voiceover narrates, ‘We’ve got to end this’ as we see Willie Boy aiming his rifle in the distance, before taking a shot.

On the run: Inspired by true events in the early 1900s, the film follows two young lovers Willie Boy (Martin Sensmeier) and Carlotta (Mainei Kinimaka) who are on the run in the Mojave desert due to an accidental killing

On the run: Inspired by true events in the early 1900s, the film follows two young lovers Willie Boy (Martin Sensmeier) and Carlotta (Mainei Kinimaka) who are on the run in the Mojave desert due to an accidental killing

True story: The new trailer for the film - set to be released on November 18 - starts off with an eerily quiet view of the desert

True story: The new trailer for the film – set to be released on November 18 – starts off with an eerily quiet view of the desert

As the trailer progresses, Willie Boy and Carlotta are shown in a tender moment holding each other in the desert.

Meanwhile in a flashback scene we hear Carlota’s father tell Willie, ‘You will never have my permission.’

‘Where is she?’ The older man asks Willie – who’s holding a gun – as he approaches him at nighttime.

Reckoning: It then switches over to Momoa, 43, who says: 'You got a reckoning coming'

Reckoning: It then switches over to Momoa, 43, who says: ‘You got a reckoning coming’

Gunfight: The scene then switches to a showdown in the desert, with multiple men lined up for what appears to be an upcoming gunfight

Gunfight: The scene then switches to a showdown in the desert, with multiple men lined up for what appears to be an upcoming gunfight

Taking aim: A voiceover narrates, 'We've got to end this' as we see Willie Boy aiming his rifle in the distance, before taking a shot

Taking aim: A voiceover narrates, ‘We’ve got to end this’ as we see Willie Boy aiming his rifle in the distance, before taking a shot

Tender: As the trailer progresses, Willie Boy and Carlotta are shown in a tender moment holding each other in the desert

Tender: As the trailer progresses, Willie Boy and Carlotta are shown in a tender moment holding each other in the desert

They proceed to have a confrontation when the gun appears to accidentally go off, shooting Carlota’s dad.

A distraught Carlota is pictured sobbing, as Willie says, ‘We have to go.’ 

Carlota’s mother then approaches the sheriff for help, saying, ‘You need to help my daughter.’ 

An accident: In a flashback scene we see that Willie shot Carlota's father by accident, after he wouldn't approve of the couple's relationship

An accident: In a flashback scene we see that Willie shot Carlota’s father by accident, after he wouldn’t approve of the couple’s relationship 

Help: After the two run off, Carlota's mother approaches the sheriff for help, saying, 'You need to help my daughter'

Help: After the two run off, Carlota’s mother approaches the sheriff for help, saying, ‘You need to help my daughter’

Sheriff: The sheriff, played by director Christian Camargo, accepts her plea for help, and tells his men, 'Load up, let's get to it'

Sheriff: The sheriff, played by director Christian Camargo, accepts her plea for help, and tells his men, ‘Load up, let’s get to it’

The sheriff, played by director Christian Camargo, accepts her plea for help, and tells his men, ‘Load up, let’s get to it.’

As then men get their weapons ready, Willie and Carlota run through the desert.

‘Do you think anyone’s following us?’ She asks.

‘We’re okay, he replies.’

Running: As then men get their weapons ready, Willie and Carlota run through the desert. 'Do you think anyone's following us?' She asks. 'We're okay, he replies'

Running: As then men get their weapons ready, Willie and Carlota run through the desert. ‘Do you think anyone’s following us?’ She asks. ‘We’re okay, he replies’

Making it right: Big Jim is then seen speaking to someone by a fire, as he says, 'We'll make it right in the end'

Making it right: Big Jim is then seen speaking to someone by a fire, as he says, ‘We’ll make it right in the end’

Wow: The next scene shows the sheriff telling another one of the tribe's hunters: 'My man and I ain't here to bring that boy in alive'

Wow: The next scene shows the sheriff telling another one of the tribe’s hunters: ‘My man and I ain’t here to bring that boy in alive’

Rough: 'I will find him, and you're welcome to every piece of him when I'm done,' the hunter (played by Raoul Max Trujillo) replies, as scenes of him taking aim at Willie with a rifle flash by

Rough: ‘I will find him, and you’re welcome to every piece of him when I’m done,’ the hunter (played by Raoul Max Trujillo) replies, as scenes of him taking aim at Willie with a rifle flash by

Big Jim is then seen speaking to someone by a fire, as he says, ‘We’ll make it right in the end.’

The next scene shows the sheriff telling another one of the tribe’s hunters: ‘My man and I ain’t here to bring that boy in alive.’ 

‘So if you’re here on some sort of vendetta, it slightly would complicate things. You hear me?’

‘I will find him, and you’re welcome to every piece of him when I’m done,’ the hunter (played by Raoul Max Trujillo) replies, as scenes of him taking aim at Willie with a rifle flash by.

Who's in charge? The men then begin to fight amongst themselves, as one asks, 'Who's in control here sheriff?'

Who’s in charge? The men then begin to fight amongst themselves, as one asks, ‘Who’s in control here sheriff?’

Attacked: The men then begin to fight amongst themselves, as one asks, 'Who's in control here sheriff?' and Big Jim gets attacked by a man with a knife

Attacked: The men then begin to fight amongst themselves, as one asks, ‘Who’s in control here sheriff?’ and Big Jim gets attacked by a man with a knife

Bitten: The next scene shows Carlota getting bitten by a snake. As the venom works its way into her bloodstream she begins shaking and tells Willie, 'I love you'

Bitten: The next scene shows Carlota getting bitten by a snake. As the venom works its way into her bloodstream she begins shaking and tells Willie, ‘I love you’

The men then begin to fight amongst themselves, as one asks, ‘Who’s in control here sheriff?’ and Big Jim gets attacked by a man with a knife.

The next scene shows Carlota getting bitten by a snake. As the venom works its way into her bloodstream she begins shaking and tells Willie, ‘I love you.’

The scene then cuts back to the situation in the hunter’s camp, as their relationships continue to unravel. 

Fighting: The scene then cuts back to the situation in the hunter's camp, as their relationships continue to unravel and fights erupt

Fighting: The scene then cuts back to the situation in the hunter’s camp, as their relationships continue to unravel and fights erupt

Tired: At one point one of the tribe's hunters is seen holding a gun over someone, as he says: 'Lawmen enforcing your lawns on foreign land, I am tired of it'

Tired: At one point one of the tribe’s hunters is seen holding a gun over someone, as he says: ‘Lawmen enforcing your lawns on foreign land, I am tired of it’

Not the way: 'This is not the way,' a narrator says as the trailer reaches its culmination

Not the way: ‘This is not the way,’ a narrator says as the trailer reaches its culmination

At one point one of the tribe’s hunters is seen holding a gun over someone, as he says: ‘Lawmen enforcing your lawns on foreign land, I am tired of it.’ 

‘This is not the way,’ a narrator says as the trailer reaches its culmination and the sheriff is seen shooting someone.

‘Peace doesn’t follow death, does it?’ the narrator asks at the end, as we see the sheriff standing in a canyon and watching someone in the night.

The Last Manhunt, directed by Christian Camargo, will be released in theaters on November 18, 2022. 

Ending: 'Peace doesn't follow death, does it?' the narrator asks at the end

Ending: ‘Peace doesn’t follow death, does it?’ the narrator asks at the end



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