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Watch Lupita Nyong’o, Nate Parker, Corey Hawkins In Clips From Liam Neeson Thriller, Non-Stop

by Tambay A. Obenson
February 14, 2014 3:40 PM
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They barely featured in the film's trailers, so here's what I'd say is your first proper look at Lupita Nyong’oNate Parker and Corey Hawkins in the Liam Neeson airplane thriller, Non-Stop, which Jaume Collet-Serra directed, from a script penned by John Richardson and Chris Roach

Collet-Serra directed Neeson in Unknown 2 years ago.

Julianne Moore and Michelle Dockery feature in the Universal Pictures release that will see Neeson as an air marshal who takes on an American terrorist threatening to kill a flight passenger every 20 minutes, unless the marshal kills himself.

Lupita plays an air hostess named Gwen in the film.

Parker and Hawkins are both passengers who help Neeson solve the mystery, as you can see in the first clip below.

Joel Silver is producing for Silver Pictures along with Andrew Rona and Alex Heineman.

StudioCanal is financing the project and will handle international distribution.

Watch both clips that follow, although the first features all 3 actors most:

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  • crystal | February 16, 2014 8:08 AMReply

    Much as I appreciate Lupita Nyong'o she hasn't won an Oscar. Yet. We'll blame your mishap on that point on the fresh snow: it can be blinding.

    I'd have purchased a ticket for the flick anyway but having Parker & Nyong'o just feels good. And for me the clips shown didn't render any #SMH reaction so cheers to them getting cast.

  • CareyCarey | February 16, 2014 6:11 PM

    "she hasn't won an Oscar. Yet."

    Crystal, my lady is what some would define as "church folks". When I have doubts or concerns about the future, person, place or thang, she likes dropping the following on me.

    "Call those things that are not, as if they already are"

    So in my defense of my alleged mishap, I wasn't blinded by the fresh snow (but that comment was very witty of you). That phrase is speaking into existence those things one may desire, and by leaning on one's faith, can surely happen.

    re: SMH reaction, yep, I had a few but like you... well... I'll see you at the movies, cus as I said, "one can't go wrong with Julianne Moore and Liam Neeson, can they?" And Nate and Lupita are the black cherries on the top of this cake.

    Btw, I am glad that you came out to play. It had been awhile.

  • CareyCarey | February 16, 2014 1:56 AMReply

    NICE! I mean, fresh snow in the comment box. So, since I am here alone, no one to argue of disagree with, I have a couple of options. I could make snow angels... or talk about Nate Parker and Lupita's barber. Or, I could simply focus on Nate's horrible acting job. I mean, he only had 1-2 lines but he was not believable in the least. But maybe I should blame it on the hair? Bad hair-do - bad acting, huh? I don't know, but come on man, you're in the big leagues, tighten up yo game.

    And po Lupita, Oscar winner deserve better roles than standing there looking like they're... well... what was that look on her face? Anyway, in spite of those hiccups I'm all in. Heck, one can't go wrong with Julianne Moore and Liam Neeson, can they? Nope, not for me, I can't think of one film in which either has disappointed.

    And that last trailer, no matter the countless times we've seen "bad guys on the plane" scenarios (Air Force One being my favorite, not Snakes On The Plane nor Passenger 57) this one had that something that pulled me in.

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