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Berg's The Kingdom new trailer online

TheKingdom.jpgThere's a new trailer for Peter Berg's The Kingdom online, and it looks superb.

This trailer gives a little more away of the story, no spoilers, but plenty to hook you in, and the whole thing looks superbly filmed, and filled with suspense. I was on the edge of my seat and felt the tension just through the High Definition trailer, it's superb.

The Kingdom tells the story of a group of FBI investigators who are allowed into a Middle Eastern country to work with the local security teams to track down those behind a horrific suicide bombing on an American facility and American families.

From the trailer you can see that this is going to be one hell of a powerful film, you can just sense the confusion and feel the fear of the characters throughout. It's not often you see a trailer that can hit you this hard, and it's no surprise since it came from Peter Berg and Matthew Michael Carnahan.

The cast look good as well, and I just hope that they're not overshadowed by Jamie Foxx, with Jason Bateman being left to be a token hostage plot point and Jennifer Garner to be the sympathetic female who shows the emotional effect of each scene because the other agents are too hardened and focused on their task.

You can see it over at Yahoo Movies [WMV:QT:L:480p:720p:1080p] through Cinematical. Have a look and see what you think of it.



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