Eagle Eye

It almost feels as if today is destined to become the simple news day of the week — so many stories, many of which are not conducive to me ranting and raving about something — they are simply, just news. Alas, it is probably high time that I just spit out some news and let the comment section become the area where the opinions are formed.

With that in mind, our friends at Paramount recently sent over word about a new online game that they have launched in anticipation of their upcoming release Eagle Eye, which stars Shia LaBeouf and Michelle Monaghan. The game is called Eagle Eye: Free Fall, and it is a 10-minute long experience that involves the use of both your computer and your phone. You can check it out by clicking the image below.

Eagle Eye: Free Fall

We have also received a brand new clip from the film, entitled “Interrogation.” It features a little back and forth between Shia LaBeouf’s character and Billy Bob Thornton, who plays an FBI agent trying to uncover a plot for a political assassination. The clip can be seen below. Eagle Eye, which is directed by D.J. Caruso (Disturbia), hits theaters on September 26th.


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