David Carradine’s Last Movie is “The Night of the Templar”

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David Carradine’s legacy pinnacles in the soon to be released Paul Sampson film, Night of the Templar. Starring alongside an eclectic ensemble of Hollywood A-lister’s, Carradine offers his sword wielding brilliance in what may mark the final scenes of this Hollywood stars brilliant career.

With principle photography complete, Night of the Templar is set for a late autumn release. Carradine supports the film with his role as the cryptic Shopkeeper. Playing as a sword wielding and powerful character that appears mysteriously as the protagonist’s right hand, Carradine’s character returns with a wrath of vengeance from nearly seven hundred years of silence to fulfill his destiny in this chilling feature.

Sampson said in a press statement, “Since the picture wrapped, David and I became closer friends. We spoke often about the progress of the film. On days when I see his face in the editing room it’s bizarre, I’d like to call him with updates and I realize I can’t. It’s sad but I feel he’s here in spirit. David had a strong spirit.”