THE GREY Starring Liam Neeson Finally DOES Get Second Trailer!


2 Weeks  ago we thought we had a very artistic trailer for THE GREY Starring Liam Neeson, but that disappeared as as it landed online. Tonight officially the 2nd trailer has now arrived shorter than the previous 3 minute version but still packing the punch like a solid ironfist  basically following much of that same style as the leaked trailer . Liam Neeson has certainly shown his strengths as a action thriller actor with Taken which took everyone by surprise, Unknown which I enjoyed but took a beating by the critics and now its a man versus the Wild in the backdrop of the stunning snowcapped Alaskan wilderness. Directed by A-Team Helmer Joe Carnahan The Grey has Neeson as part of a group of Alaskan oil workers returning home find their plane crashed in the middle of nowhere. As the survivors re-group to stay alive they find themselves confronted by a group nasty angry wolves who see the group as intruders in their territory and track and hunt them all down. This film is gritty, intense with Neeson looking as solid and ruthless in a long time, adrenalin that high probably take on the world! Here’s hoping the film lives up to the excellent trailers we’ve seen so far

The Grey also stars Frank Grillo, Dermot Mulroney, Dallas Roberts, Joe Anderson, James Badge Dale, and Nonso Anozie, with the film opening in UK, Ireland & USA January 27th 2012.

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