BMW Releases an Action-Packed New Trailer for Its Upcoming 'The Escape' Short Film

Clive Owen is pushed to his limits.

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BMW has just released a follow-up trailer to the initial preview of its forthcoming short film The Escape. Clive Owen reprises his role as the “Driver” character 15 years after the original series The Hire, alongside newcomers John Bernthal, Dakota Fanning and Vera Vermiga, and of course, some of the automaker’s latest cars. Plot details about the short film are sparse but you can expect Owen to take on the full force of the police as he attempts to getaway. Look for the full film to debut on BMW Films on October 23 at 6 pm EST.

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