New 'Lock-Out' Clip: Guy Pearce Has Death-Defying Aerial Fist Fight


New 'Lock-Out' Clip: Guy Pearce Has Death-Defying Aerial Fist Fight
Tackling his mission at an outer space prison, Pearce's Snow is ordered to jump across a spinning gravity generator before finding himself in an intense brawl in the air with a baddie.


Guy Pearce goes death-defying in a new clip for his upcoming sci-fi film, "Lock-Out". In the fresh snippet, the actor, who will soon be seen playing an ambitious entrepreneur in "Prometheus", is featured having a fierce fist fight with a bad guy. The intense brawl, however, doesn't take place on the land but in the air.

Pearce's Snow is a falsely convicted ex-government agent. His only chance of freedom is to accept a dangerous mission and rescue the president's daughter from rioting prisoners at an outer space maximum security prison. Tackling the part as the president's daughter, Emilie, is "Twilight" actress Maggie Grace.

James Mather and Stephen St. Leger team up to direct "Lock-Out" in addition to co-writing the screenplay along with Europa Corp. founder Luc Besson. Also rounding up the cast ensemble are Peter Stormare, Vincent Regan, Lennie James and Tim Plester. The sci-fi action is set to be released in the U.S. on April 13.



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