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Slideshow: 4-Image Gallery From Renny Harlin’s ‘12 Rounds’ With John Cena

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John Cena as New Orleans Police Detective Danny Fisher must complete a series of near-impossible puzzles and tasks - 12 rounds to save the life of his girlfriend.

CHICAGO – This 4-image slideshow contains the press images for Fox’s “12 Rounds,” starring John Cena, Aidan Gillen, Ashley Scott, Steve Harris, and Brian White. Written by Daniel Kunka and directed by Renny Harlin, the film opens on Friday, March 27th, 2009.

Synopsis: “From the director of “Die Hard 2” and the producer of “Speed” comes 12 ROUNDS, starring John Cena as New Orleans Police Detective Danny Fisher. When Fisher stops a brilliant thief, Miles, from getting away with a multi-million-dollar heist, the thief’s girlfriend is accidentally killed. After escaping from prison, the criminal mastermind enacts his revenge, taunting Danny with a series of near-impossible puzzles and tasks …12 rounds…that Danny must somehow complete to save the life of his fiancee.”

You can click “Next” and “Previous” to scan through this slideshow or jump directly to individual photos with the captioned links below. All photos credited to Patti Perret and Twentieth Century Fox. All Rights Reserved.

  1. 12_rounds_1: John Cena as New Orleans Police Detective Danny Fisher must complete a series of near-impossible puzzles and tasks - 12 rounds to save the life of his girlfriend.

  2. 12_rounds_2: John Cena races into action movie stardom, as New Orleans Police Detective Danny Fisher.

  3. 12_rounds_3: Director Renny Harlin (left) and star John Cena review a scene on location in New Orleans for 12 Rounds.

  4. 12_rounds_4: John Cena as New Orleans Police Detective Danny Fisher must complete a series of near-impossible puzzles and tasks - 12 rounds to save the life of his girlfriend.

    HollywoodChicago.com content director Brian Tallerico

    By BRIAN TALLERICO
    Content Director
    HollywoodChicago.com
    brian@hollywoodchicago.com

  5. Anonymous's picture

    Not a slideshow!

    Hey man, word of advice - This is not a slideshow! Do you know what a slideshow is?

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