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Nicolas Cage Hunting Serial Killer in 'The Frozen Ground' First Trailer

August 21, 2012 (8:58 am) GMT
Cage portrays an Alaskan detective who sets out to find the man responsible for the death of at least 17 women, with Vanessa Hudgens playing the killer's surviving victim.

is investigating a series of murders in the first trailer for "". During his search for the serial killer, his character seemingly gets help from the savage man without noticing who he really is. In between the scenes set on a snowy landscape, ' stripper character is featured pole dancing.

The upcoming thriller is based on true events about the most notorious hunter and killer in Alaska named Robert Hansen () who has been kidnapping young women and taking them out to the Alaskan wilderness to turn them loose and hunt them. Cage plays Alaskan detective Glenn Flothe who sets out to end the murderous rampage.

Hudgens takes the role of Cindy Paulson, a 17-year-old escapee who reveals key information about the case and teams up with Flothe to trail the killer. However, she finds herself fighting for her life once again before bringing him to justice.

Also supported by the likes of , and Dean Norris, "The Frozen Ground" is scheduled to open in limited theaters in the U.S. on November 30. Scott Walker directs the movie as well as pens the screenplay.

Sorry, "The Frozen Ground" video has been removed as requested by Voltage Pictures.

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