Take a look on what happens after the airplane crashes down and the extend of destruction caused by an underground train through newly-released clips from 'Knowing'.
An extended look into two of the horrible disasters to be seen in "Knowing" as well as how Nicolas Cage's John Koestler encrypted the encoded message has been released through three new clips from the drama thriller. Two of the clips, "Air Crash" and "Subway Part II", come in courtesy of Allocine, whereas "Numbers" is let out by Moviefone.
Serving as an extended sneak peek into the commercial plane crash scene, "Air Crash" gives more on what happens after the plane hits the ground with Koestler in a state of shock walking toward the burned ruins and trying to help the burned victims. "Subway Part II" also shows another extended scene. Continuing the "Derailed" clip, this snippet displays how far is the extend of destruction by the subway crash.
While those two focus on the calamities happening in the movie, "Numbers" presents the time when Koestler figures out what the numbers written by a girl years before mean, and tries to explain how these number sequences point to every major global disaster that had occurred. In it, he further notices that there are three that have not yet taken place.
Co-scripted and directed by "I, Robot" filmmaker Alex Proyas, "Knowing" sees Nicolas Cage, Rose Byrne, Chandler Canterbury and Ben Mendelsohn among others in the cast ensemble. This gripping action-thriller has been set to come out in U.S. big screen on March 20.
- "Air Crash":
- "Subway Part II":