Warner Bros. has released a new trailer for director Courtney Solomon‘s (Dungeons & Dragons) upcoming thriller Getaway. The film stars Ethan Hawke as a former race car driver who commandeers a Shelby Cobra Mustang and is saddled with a young hacker (Selena Gomez) in a race against time to save his wife from a mysterious kidnapper, played by Jon Voight. This trailer delves a bit deeper into the film’s plot than the first trailer, though there’s still plenty of “car chase porn” to go around.
Hit the jump to watch the new trailer, and click here for nearly 30 high-resolution images from the film. Getaway also stars Rebecca Budig and Bruce Payne and opens in theaters on August 30th.
Here’s the official synopsis for Getaway:
Getaway is the gritty, heart-pounding action thriller from Warner Bros. Pictures and Dark Castle Entertainment in which former race car driver Brent Magna (Ethan Hawke) is pitted against the clock. Desperately trying to save the life of his kidnapped wife, Brent commandeers a custom Shelby Cobra Mustang, taking it and its unwitting owner (Selena Gomez) on a high-speed race against time, at the command of the mysterious villain holding his wife hostage.
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