The trailer is available here. Mel Gibson is one of the few creative forces with scary serious baggage that makes me forget about all of his fucked up personal shit as soon as he pops on screen. I'm glad Summit Entertainment had the balls to take a chance on this, much like the Philadelphia Eagles did with Michael Vick. A certain chunk of the audience will never see anything made by or starring Gibson again. Summit has to know that, and hope that a combination of loyal Mel Gibson fans and the morbidly curious will turn out to counteract that. Personally, I think the movie looks great.