What if one day you get a phone call from a person you don't know telling you what you should do? And everything she says "going to happen" happens, would you listen to her and follow her order? This is exactly what Jerry Shaw and Rachel Holloman experience in the fast-paced drama thriller "Eagle Eye" and the newly released trailer from Paramount/DreamWorks reveal how the two have no choice but to follow the order.
Giving a race-against-time compilation of clips, the brand new trailer helps viewers who have seen the earlier released teaser to get a deeper look into the movie and understand what the characters are going through. The intense video footage also lets out for the first time Michelle Monaghan's character, Rachel, and tells her part of the story. Additionally, viewers can learn how the two framed main characters meet each other and work together in dealing with the trouble they are in.
Originated from an idea initiated by acclaimed filmmaker Steven Spielberg, "Eagle Eye" follows the story of two innocent people, a young man, whose twin brother died mysteriously, and a single mother, framed to be terrorists and are forced to assassinate a politician by the real terrorist cell. The movie coming into theaters on September 26 pairs up once again "Disturbia" director D.J. Caruso and his star Shia LaBeouf. It is also supported by Monaghan, Rosario Dawson, Billy Bob Thornton, Michael Chiklis and Anthony Mackie.
"Eagle Eye" Trailer: