Shia LaBeouf in Eagle Eye

I know that some of you were probably thinking about the first teaser trailer for the upcoming film Eagle Eye, wondering whether or not there would be any action. I mean, it is supposed to be a thriller, right? It turns out that it is and there appears to be quite a bit of action in the film, which stars Shia LaBeouf and Michelle Monaghan as two seemingly average people selected by a mysterious organization to participate in acts of terrorism. It seems like a relatively neat idea and based on the fact that this is director D.J. Caruso’s follow-up to the 2007 hit Disturbia, which was damn good in its own write, it is certainly worth a look. You can do that last part via the video below:

As you can see, it is a pretty solid trailer. It shows just enough action to keep the right side of my brain satisfied and provides a bit more insight into the film’s hopefully intense plot, which has the other side of my brain remotely interested — and that is saying something, as the left side of my brain is generally apathetic toward everything.

The trailer can be viewed in high definition over at Yahoo Movies.

As for the film itself, it hits theaters on September 26th.


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