Two Fresh Clips of 'Cowboys and Aliens' Feature Bar Fight and Alien Attack
Two new action-packed clips from "Cowboys and Aliens" have been debuted. The first preview sees Jake Lonergan (Daniel Craig) being involved in a fistfight with several other cowboys in what looks like a downtown bar. After beating the other men, Lonergan almost shoots one of them with his rifle before Emmett (Noah Ringer) stops him.
The second clip, meanwhile, gives a look at a massive destruction scene in the desert town of Absolution that is caused by alien attack. While the civilians run in panic to escape from being abducted by the aliens, some spaceships keep launching their explosive weapons to destroy the town.
Based on Scott Mitchell Rosenberg's graphic novel of the same title, "Cowboys and Aliens" revolves around a loner gunslinger who has no memory about his past and wears a mysterious shackle on his wrist. He then enters the desert town of Absolution, and finds himself to be the most wanted criminal. Nonetheless, he becomes a hero who helps the civilian battle the aliens that try to destroy their town.
The movie is set in 1873 against the background of Arizona territory. It is directed by Jon Favreau and written by Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci and Damon Lindelof. Joining Craig and Ringer in the casting department are Olivia Wilde as Ella, Harrison Ford as Colonel Woodrow Dolarhyde, and Sam Rockwell as Doc. It is scheduled to be released in North America on July 29.
"Cowboys and Aliens" Clip "Against Sheriff Taggard's Men" :
"Cowboys and Aliens" Clip "Aliens Attack Dolarhyde" :
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