We've got the trailer for Bruce Willis' new World War II thriller, "Air Strike," coming to theaters and on demand on October 26th.
Willis plays a U.S. Army colonel sent to China to train their aviators to battle the Japanese invaders who are bombing the city of Chongqing. One of his trainees is a hotheaded pilot who wants to fly a bomber that he believes can stop the attacks. There's also a team of spies and refugees trying to escape with a war-changing decoder device. Adrien Brody and Rumer Willis (Bruce's daughter) join a mostly Chinese cast.
"Air Strike" is directed by Xiao Feng from a screenplay by Ping Chen and Tie Dong Zhou. Funded mostly by Chinese studios, it's another in a series of recent movies that have attempted to give a different perspective on World War II.