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Three 'Jumper' TV Spots Available for Viewing

January 12, 2008 (7:51 am) GMT
The 20th Century Fox has released the TV spots of the Samuel L. Jackson starring-new adventure film featuring the action pack scenes from the upcoming film.

After putting a trailer for public viewing, the 20th Century Fox is giving out more treat for future audience by releasing three "" TV spots. From the spots provided, viewers can see the action pack frames of scenes from the Doug Liman directed-film.

One of the spots opens up with a scene where Cox played by is questioning Davey who is starred by on how he could possibly rob a bank without opening any door. The second spot contains similar scenes to the first spot, but it still provides different scenes, including a car appearing from no where. Both spots pick up the tag line "Anywhere is Possible".

Meanwhile, the third spot shows many different scenes from the first two. It is said that this particular spot explains that once the power of certain individuals discovered, they were immediately welcomed to the war between the 'Jumpers'. The spots mostly features Jackson, Christensen and .

"Jumper" is scheduled for release on February 14, 2008. Aside from the three stars, the cast members also include , , and many others. The three TV spots can be viewed on Jumper Official Site's Video Page.

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