Rock Climbing Thriller ‘The Ledge’ Trailer Starring Brittany Ashworth

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Rock Climbing Thriller ‘The Ledge’ Trailer Starring Brittany Ashworth

by Alex Billington
January 7, 2022
Source: YouTube

“She’s going for the face!!” Paramount Pictures + Saban Films have unveiled the amusing official trailer for a rock climbing thriller movie titled The Ledge, described as a “female-centric take on 1993’s Cliffhanger.” A climber trapped on the face of a mountain fights off four killers standing on an overhanging ledge twenty feet above her. It does seem a lot like Cliffhanger, in terms of a climber getting involved in criminal activity, and only escaping by using their climbing skills to outwit them. But this also looks even more company than that 90s classic. The film stars Brittany Ashworth, Ben Lamb, Louis Boyer, Nathan Welsh, Anaïs Parello, and David Wayman. Thankfully this doesn’t look as bad as it could, the climbing looks solid and the rest of it looks like the right kind of Cliffhanger homage. Though they’re clearly on sets the entire time.

Here’s the official trailer (+ poster) for Howard J. Ford’s The Ledge, direct from YouTube:

The Ledge Poster

A rock climbing adventure between two friends turns into a terrifying nightmare. After Kelly (Ashworth) captures the murder of her best friend on camera, she becomes the target of a tight-knit group of friends who will stop at nothing to destroy the evidence and anyone in their way. Desperate for her safety, she begins a treacherous climb up a mountain cliff and her survival instincts are put to the test when she becomes trapped with the killers just 20 feet away. The Ledge is directed by English filmmaker Howard J. Ford, of the films Mainline Run, Distant Shadow, The Dead, The Dead 2: India, Never Let Go, Adventure Boyz, and also The Lockdown Hauntings previously. The screenplay is written by Tom Boyle. Saban Films + Paramount will open The Ledge in select US theaters + on VOD starting February 18th, 2022 this winter.

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