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Jude Law's 'Repo Men' Shares Fresh Footage in Director's Cut Trailer

March 10, 2010 (6:02 am) GMT
More bloody and action scenes are shown in this new age-restricted trailer as the repo man tries to finish the problem that occurs after he gets an artificial heart.
Jude Law's 'Repo Men' Shares Fresh Footage in Director's Cut Trailer

Universal Pictures has given another preview to "" by releasing a director's cut trailer. Beside containing similar scenes featured in the first trailer, the new red-band video also includes some footage which highlight how tries to escape from his former partner as he is now in debt for his artificial heart.

Remy is a repo man hired by a company called The Union to hunt people who are not able to pay the bill for their mechanical organs. After suffering a cardiac failure on the job, Remy receives a heart transplant. He later must struggle to make payments and go on the run from his former partner.

Jude Law leads with playing Remy's former partner Jake Freivald. Also among the cast ensemble are and . Directed by Miguel Sapochnik and written by Eric Garcia as well as Garrett Lerner, this sci-fi thriller will invade theaters across the U.S. on March 19.



*UPDATE: In addition to the new director's cut trailer, Universal Pictures has also released six new clips from "Repo Men". The videos share a lot of new footage from the part when Jude Law is still a merciless repo man until he is hunted by his former partner.

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