2 Guns (2013)

 ●  English ● 1 hr 50 mins

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For the past 12 months, DEA agent Bobby Trench and U.S. naval intelligence officer Marcus Stigman have been reluctantly attached at the hip. Working undercover as members of a narcotics syndicate, each man distrusts his partner as much as the criminals they have both been tasked to take down. When their attempt to infiltrate a Mexican drug cartel and recover millions goes haywire, Trench and Stigman are suddenly disavowed by their superiors. Now that everyone wants them in jail or in the ground, the only person they can count on is the other. Unfortunately for their pursuers, when good guys spend years pretending to be bad, they pick up a few tricks along the way.
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Did you know? Ellen Pompeo and Marisa Tomei were considered for the role of Deb. Read More
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as Stig
as Deb
as Diner Patron
as Maggie
as Earl
as Uniformed Border Agent
as Admiral's Assistant
as Diner Cook
as Border Guard
as Thick (as Matt Cook)
as Mexican Border Crosser
as Navy Seal SRT
as Lead MP
as Ferret Nose Julio
as Daisi
as Military Police
as Rudy
as Imigrant
as Papi Greco
as Town people
as Patsy
Supporting Actor
as Bank guard
as Bank Patron
as Master Chief Lucas
as Navy Seal-Moss
as Officer Phil
as Quince
as Navy Seal - SRT
as Tomyboy
as Cowboy
as Roughneck
as DEA Agent
as Hotel Guest
as FBI Agent
as FBI Agent
as Petty Officer Lyons
as Intimidating Inmate
as Navy SRT
as Military Police
as Navy SRT
as Gina Corrales
as Marjorie
as Tim corrales
as Scared Woman
as Fireman
as Hard-Case Border Agent
as Boy on Horse
as Navy SRT Team Leader
as Dr. Ken
as Mexican Border Agent
as Inmate
as Police chief
as Jessup
as Bank Manager
as Fire Fighter
as Hotel guest
as Javier
as Mini
as Naomi
as Mr. Lean
as Papi's Guy Holding Rope
as Slim Jay
as Navy SRT
as Mexican Immigrant (credit only)
as Chef (as William Gil)
as US Marshal


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Film Type:
Feature Film
Colour Info:
Sound Mix:
Datasat Digital Sound, Dolby Digital, Sony Dynamic Digital Sound
Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH2, Panavision Panaflex
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1
Factual Mistake
Earl tells Papi that he could have Papi's place attacked by "Apache A-6" helicopters. The A-6 is a jet fighter; the Apache helicopter is designated AH-64.

Errors in Geography
When Bobby and Stig cross into Texas from Mexico, they walk through the Rio Grande which flows from their right to their left. But the Rio Grande flows east along that border, so it should be left to right when they walk north. As depicted, they're going the wrong way.

When the CIA agent kills Bobby's boss, his dead body is seen near the table in the dining room. A few shots later, the body is laying in the doorway leading to the dining room.

When Earl is playing Russian Roulette with Bobby, the ammunition changes positions on the table.

Errors in Geography
The bait shop where Stig stores his weapons and he and Bobby meet up after escaping NAS Corpus Christi is obviously not in Texas. It is against Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission law to have neon beer signs on exterior windows.

Factual Mistake
When Bobby is holding Quince in his office, Quince's assistant comes in a draws his weapon. U.S. military personnel do not routinely carry sidearms on base.
Doug Liman, Antoine Fuqua, Pierre Morel and Martin Campbell were also considered to direct.

During the film's development, Vince Vaughn was originally cast as Bobby and Owen Wilson was originally cast as Stig.

Ellen Pompeo and Marisa Tomei were considered for the role of Deb.

The film's trailer features The Dead Weather's 2010 song "Die by the Drop". This song was previously used in the trailer for Contraband, also starring Mark Wahlberg and directed by Baltasar Kormákur.