Warner Bros. Pictures has brought forward a sneak peek video from "Inception" to tease attendees at 2010 ShoWest movie convention on Thursday, March 18. Showing new footage, the studio gives more details from the film but still does not reveal the key storyline.
[SPOILER ALERT!] A scene which was previewed at the convention has Leonardo DiCaprio and Ellen Page walking down a long hallway. Then, Joseph Gordon-Levitt is seen telling Ken Watanabe about what it is Leonardo does. Later, the scene captures men dressed in white military outfits battling on a snow capped mountaintop. Watanabe is additionally featured tossing a grenade through a window while in military vehicle.
A part featuring DiCaprio in a car filled with water is also previewed. The video then ends with a shot of an entire city collapsing into the ocean. From what is shared by Warner Bros. during the presentation, it is known that DiCaprio enters people's dreams to solve or prevent crimes.
Though the official synopsis for "Inception" has not been unveiled, it has been mentioned that the film centers its story on DiCaprio's Cobb, a CEO type of guy who "dives into people's dreams to extract information." His team whose job is to create the dreams includes Page's Ariadne, Gordon-Levitt's Arthur and Tom Hardy's Eames.
Christopher Nolan helms this movie and writes the script. The man behind "Batman Begins" additionally teams up with Emma Thomas to produce this action sci-fi. Warner Bros. will unleash this film in theaters across the U.S. on July 16.