A new trailer of an upcoming thriller "The Happening" has surfaced on the net. The new footage of M. Night Shyamalan's latest movie project earlier has been released by the 20th Century Fox attached to the theatrical screening of "Iron Man". Though mostly showing similar scenes with the teaser, the more than two minutes long trailer gives out more chilling sense to what is expected from it.
The hair-rising footage starts with a shot of a moving train and as the camera goes inside, it can be seen that the two main characters is on-board the mode of transportation looking vigilant. Short while later, the train comes to a stop, the screen turns blank and in the background it can be heard a woman says, "Are we supposed to stop here?" Then, the footage continues by showing people stepping out from the train and trying to get hold to others through their mobile phone, but without any luck.
Started with a mystery faced by many as people in the train lost contact with others, the trailer builds up to give more suspense to the situation the characters are going through. The better sound effects for the falling dead bodies and the banging on the walls among others help to bring more scare to the footage. The trailer can be seen below or on its trailer page at AceShowbiz.
Coming from the man who brought the horror of "Sixth Sense" and "Signs" to the big screen, "Happening" follows a family as they run for their lives when an inexplicable apocalyptic crisis hits cities in the U.S. Filmed in Philadelphia, the thriller starring Mark Wahlberg, Zooey Deschanel, John Leguizamo, Spencer Breslin and Ashlyn Sanchez is coming into theaters on June 13.
"The Happening" Second Trailer: