Film trailer: 'Hanna' starring Cate Blanchett
Tuesday 21 December 2010
The first trailer for action thriller Hanna, starring Oscar winner Cate Blanchett (
Robin Hood), Saoirse Ronan (
The Lovely Bones), Eric Bana (
Star Trek), and Niels Arestrup (
Un Prophète), was released on December 20.
Directed by Joe Wright ( Atonement and Pride & Prejudice), the story follows a16-year-old trained by her father, an ex-CIA man, to be an assassin.
Set in rural Finland, the footage shows the two hiding out in a cold remote location as he teaches her stealthy maneuvers. The turning point happens when he reveals his whereabouts, separates from his daughter and sends her into the world on a mission.
Hanna escapes capture and eludes agents, staying with a normal family. Despite her rigorous training, she discovers something unexpected just as the spy, played by Blanchett, indicates some sinister secret about the girl.
Features a score by The Chemical Brothers. Hanna hits theaters on April 8.
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