Watch: New TV Spots for Survival Movie 'The Grey' with Liam Neeson

December 22, 2011
Source: AICN

The Grey TV Spots

"Nobody is going to find us, not here." Oh you've got see these new spots! Open Road Films has recently unveiled a couple of new TV spots for Joe Carnahan's The Grey, the new survival thriller starring Liam Neeson about a group of oil workers whose plane crashes in the freezing Alaskan wilderness (watch the full trailer). I had the chance to see this movie recently and it's absolutely incredible, a phenomenal film from start to finish, intense and thrilling and yet made with a subtle beauty that most survival thrillers don't have. I can't suggest it enough! The second spot comes from AICN and includes some of their quotes as well.

Watch the first new TV spot for Joe Carnahan's The Grey, originally via YouTube:

Watch the second new TV spot for Joe Carnahan's The Grey, originally via AICN:

The Grey is written and directed by Joe Carnahan (The A-Team, Smokin' Aces) and produced by filmmaking brothers Ridley and Tony Scott. Liam Neeson leads a group of Alaskan pipeline workers hunted by wolves in the frigid wilderness after their plane crashes on their way back home. James Badge Dale ("The Pacific"), Dallas Roberts ("Rubicon"), Dermot Mulroney (Flash of Genius), Frank Grillo (My Soul to Take), Nonso Anozie (RocknRolla) and Joe Anderson (The Crazies) all co-star as fellow oil rig roughnecks in this man vs. nature thriller which will hit theaters on January 27th early next year. Visit the film's website.

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Sounds like there is some Batman Begins music in that first trailer.

Imthinking Tyler on Dec 22, 2011


Those were regular sized bottles, not the novelty size.  Liam Neeson's mitts are that big.

JL on Dec 22, 2011


would have been better if they were snow bigfoots (big feet??).. instead of wolves... yettis!!  thats it

Joe Krunchbooty on Dec 24, 2011


That would be a cheesy, horror flick instead, not the brilliant, dark, riveting journey this film is. In fact, I think they made that movie already! It's even called "Yeti" too: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001H5X6S0/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=firstshowingn-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B001H5X6S0

Alex Billington on Dec 26, 2011

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