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Bullet Train character posters tease new details about these deadly assassins

With just over a month left before Bullet Train hits theaters on August 5, Sony Pictures has released 11 new character posters.The posters reveal some of these deadly characters' names, including Brad Pitt's assassin name - Ladybug.The posters also feature new glimpses at Bad Bunny, Joey King, Hiroyuki Sanada, Michael Shannon and more. New posters:With just over a month left before Bullet Train hits theaters, Sony Pictures has released 11 new character postersPitt's poster features a number of ladybugs as his character clutches the briefcase that seemingly everyone on this bullet train is after.The film is based on Kotoro Isaka's novel Maria Beetle, following several assassins who find themselves on a bullet train and realize their separate missions are all connected.
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