"COLLATERAL DAMAGE," THE THEATRICAL THRILLER
STARRING ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER, MAKES ITS NETWORK TELEVISION PREMIERE ON THE "CBS SUNDAY MOVIE,"
FEB. 27 ON THE CBS TELEVISION NETWORK
COLLATERAL DAMAGE, the 2002 box office hit starring Arnold Schwarzenegger ("The Terminator") as Gordy Brewer, a man who loses everything he ever cared about, makes its Network television premiere as the "CBS Sunday Movie," Sunday, Feb. 27 (9:00-11:08 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
When he runs late to meet his wife and son at a downtown high-rise complex, Brewer, the L.A. firefighter and devoted family man, arrives in time to witness a car bomb explosion that showers the area with debris and shattered glass.
The explosion is credited to El Lobo, The Wolf, an infamous rebel leader in Colombia�s decades-long civil war. Its targets are members of the Colombian consulate and American intelligence agents; its casualties included Brewer�s family, who lost their lives for being in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Brewer�s only consolation for the loss of his family is the hope that justice will prevail and that The Wolf will be stopped before he has a chance to strike again. Against the advice of friends, the FBI, and pointed warnings from a CIA agent, he sets out to track down The Wolf himself, a quest that will take him deep into the inhospitable jungle terrain of war-torn Colombia. It�s a plan that has little chance of succeeding and is almost certain to cost him his own life. But Gordy Brewer doesn�t care about the risks or the odds against him. He�s got nothing left to lose.
Andrew Davis (�A Perfect Murder�) directed the movie which was produced by Steven Reuther and David Foster from a story by Ronald Roose and David Griffiths and Peter Griffiths, screenplay by David Griffiths and Peter Griffiths. Hawk Koch and Nicholas Meyer are the executive producers. COLLATERAL DAMAGE was distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures as a 2002 theatrical release.