WATCH: Mel Gibson Reimagines Santa Claus as a Bitter and Violent Man in Fatman Trailer
Santa Claus is not the funny man we think he is.
On Wednesday, the trailer for Mel Gibson's new film Fatman debuted, starring the actor's new version of Kris Kringle - a broke, gunfed businessman who is bitter about the drop in the Christmas spirit.
"I don't know what I'm doing wrong, I've lost my influence," says Gibson's Santa Claus in the video. "Maybe it is time for me to take off my coat ... All I have is a loathing of a world that is forgotten."
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The dark comedy follows Santa Claus as he partners with the US military to make extra cash as his "business" is in decline.
After giving a bad 12-year-old a lump of coal for Christmas, he is soon fighting a fatal assassin (Walton Goggins) whom the almost teenage boy hired.
"You just messed up Fatman!" The young man screams into the sky before calling the assassin and saying, "I want the big man's head."
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Goggins' assassin is soon able to track down Gibson's Saint Nick.
"I came for your head, Fatman!" Goggins' assassin warns in the trailer, while Gibson's Santa Claus replies, "Do you think you'll be the first ?! Do you think I have this job because I'm fat and funny?"
Fatman will be showing in select theaters on November 13th and available digitally on November 17th.
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