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Frantic Non-Stop trailer

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Poor Liam Neeson. It seems he can't go anywhere without someone pinching something dear to him, giving him a nasty lightsaber burn or attempting to blow him up. We dread to think what his life insurance costs are like.

The trailer for his latest film continues in the high-octane vein we've come to expect. Non-Stop sees air marshal Bill Marks (Neeson) board a routine flight from New York to London. Everything's very 'Americans on a Plane', as Marks cosies down with Jen Summers (Julianne Moore) - but when an unknown passenger threatens to start killing someone every 20 minutes until they receive a considerable amount of cash, things get a touch turbulent.

Think of it as Phone Booth meets Executive Decision/any other hijack film. But this one's got Neeson's particular set of skills in it, so it's going to be better.

Non-Stop arrives in cinemas on 28 February 2014



(Images: YouTube)

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