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The Flight trailer

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If you've ever had the uncontrollable urge to claw your way out of an aeroplane because of that Lost scene, then don't watch this trailer. Seriously, turn back right now.

In new film Flight, Denzel Washington plays the hero pilot who saves the lives of nearly all on board his doomed aircraft, by pulling an absurd manoeuvre and flying the plane upside down (pictured).

But the patting-on-back is short-lived as he comes under fire for his behaviour leading up to the crash. Don Cheadle is roped in to defend Denzel's character, 'Whip', who clearly has some issues.

Now, go watch the trailer, go on your summer holiday and forget you ever saw the first Final Destination.

Flight opens in the UK on January 25

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