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New trailer for Blackhat

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It's been a long damn time since Michael Mann last made a movie (2009's Public Enemies, in case you forgot) and while it might not have been one of his best, we still get giddy with the thought of what he might come up with next.

And exactly what that is can finally be revealed. Mann is sticking to the thriller genre that's served him so well but this time, he's giving it an ultra-modern spin, with Blackhat which stars Chris Hemsworth as a hacker on the hunt of another hacker, who threatens to bring down more than just the Burger King Twitter feed.

While we don't quite buy the square-jawed Hemsworth as a basement-dwelling computer nerd just yet, the trailer promises plenty of international action on top of the tapping of keys.

Blackhat hits cinemas on February 20, 2015

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