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Paul McGuigan's 'Push' Brings Out Another Set of New Clips

January 28, 2009 04:45:22 GMT

Take a look at several scenes from Paul McGuigan-directed sci-fi thriller 'Push' through the film's four newly-released clips.


Paul McGuigan's 'Push' Brings Out Another Set of New Clips
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Nick Gant and Cassie Holmes continue to battle baddies, and Kira Hudson outsmarts a Division agent are some of the footage shown in the four freshly-found clips of "Push". Entitled "Fish Market", "I Don't Have A Brother", "Relieved of Duty" and "You Are A Crappy Artist", the snippets are varied in their running time length, from 36 seconds to a minute.

The "Fish Market" clip shows Nick and Cassie's attempt to escape the evil gang of psychics which they encounter in a crowded market. The new clip continues the battle sequences, displayed in previously released clip called "They're in the Market". Another new clip, "I Don't Have A Brother", provides a scene where Kira is using her 'Pusher' ability to make agent Mack shoots down his partner.

In "Relieved of Duty" clip, agent Henry Carver tells agent Mack to go home since he has been relieved from his duty. When Mack insists that he can do his job, Carver invades his mind. The last clip, "You Are A Crappy Artist", exposes the moment when Cassie reveals to Nick that she knows she is going to die, but doesn't want that to happen.

"Push" is an action sci-fi thriller from "Lucky Number Slevin" helmer Paul McGuigan. The movie revolves around Nick Gant, a man with telekinetic ability, and follows him as he tries to escape the hounding of a clandestine U.S. government agency, the Division. Meeting a young watcher Cassie Holmes, he then join forces with her to find Kira Hudson, an escaped "pusher" who may hold the key to ending the Division's program. Starring Chris Evans, Dakota Fanning, Camilla Belle and Djimon Hounsou, it will blast off in U.S. theaters on February 6.

  • Fish Market
  • I Don't Have A Brother
  • Relieved of Duty
  • You Are A Crappy Artist


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