Watch: More High-Flying Suspense in New 90-Second Spot for 'Flight'
"The plane fell apart at 30,000 feet." The first trailer for Robert Zemeckis' Flight was intriguing, but I can't help but think that there was a lot crammed into that first impression. Some even thought it felt like audiences saw the whole movie in that trailer. Thankfully, a new 90-second spot pulls back a bit to highlight more of the suspense in the air as Denzel Washington spectacularly avoids a plane crash. Much of the story taking place after the heroic maneuver is presented vaguely with the hint of legal struggle in the wake of the newsworthy event. We're definitely interested to see what Zemeckis does with a live-action film again.
Here's the newest 90-second spot for Robert Zemeckis' Flight, originally from Yahoo:
Flight marks the return of Robert Zemeckis (Back to the Future, Forrest Gump, Cast Away) to live-action filmmaking after diving into motion-capture films like A Christmas Carol, The Polar Express and Beowulf. Written by John Gatins (Real Steel, Coach Carter), the film follows an airline pilot (Denzel Washington) who saves a flight from crashing, but an investigation into the malfunctions reveals something troubling about how the events unfolded. Don Cheadle, John Goodman, James Badge Dale, Melissa Leo and more star in the film which Paramount Pictures is sending to theaters on November 2nd this fall. Your thoughts?