“No one could have landed that plane, like I did.” – Whip
Denzel Washington is all set for his next film release, labeled “Flight.” A story about a pilot who saves a flight from crashing, but leaves a mysterious trail after investigations take place.
Washington whose last release “Safe House,” opened to mediocre reviews, is now teaming up with Robert Zemeckis (Director/Producer) who has brought movie fans hits such as; Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Cast Away, Back to the Future, and Forrest Gump.
When watching the trailer the first person that comes to mind is Captain “Sully” Sullenberger, the man responsible for “The Miracle on the Hudson.” A memorable crash landing that saved hundreds of lives. While Washington falls under the same premise, the trailer reveals that Washington’s character had alcohol in his system, as blood tests were taken immediately after the crash. As you would imagine, the result for this hero, could be life in prison.
Zemeckis who directed an intense plane crash scene in Cast Away is back to doing what he does best. The trailer is solid and the crash is thrilling in the most horrific ways imaginable when flying 30,000 feet above the ground.
Along with Denzel, the film boasts an impressive cast that includes John Goodman, Don Cheadle, and Melissa Leo.
“Flight,” is all set for a November 2nd release, and is sure to create a buzz for Denzel Washington fans. Check out the trailer below!