Refusing to cooperate with the investigator during an interrogation session, Pearce's Snow is repeatedly punched in the face every time he gives a false answer to his captor.
The first five minutes of Guy Pearce's sci-fi action "Lockout" have been unveiled. It focuses on a scene where Pearce's Snow is seen refusing to spill any information during an interrogation session. As a result, he gets repeatedly pummeled every time he gives a false answer.
In some flashback scenes shown in the clip, Snow is featured fighting some bad guys in a hotel room before taking a briefcase from a dying man named Frank. Suddenly, a host of what looks like futuristic cops begin to hunt him down as he jumps off a roof and runs through crowded streets to keep the seemingly important briefcase.
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 "The Twilight Saga's Breaking Dawn Part I" actress Maggie Grace.
Due to open in the U.S. cinemas on April 13, "Lockout" is helmed by James Mather and Stephen St. Leger, who also team up to pen the script along with Luc Besson. Joining Pearce and Grace in the cast ensemble are Peter Stormare, Vincent Regan, Lennie James and Tim Plester.