Fasten your seat belts. Liam Neeson is taking you for a ride.
The first trailer for Non-Stop, the 61-year-old Hollywood star's latest action vehicle has just hit the web, courtesy of Apple, and finds Neeson caught in a nasty trap 40,000 feet in the sky aboard an transatlantic flight from New York to London.
Non-Stop's premise finds the Irish actor starring as Bill Marks, a U.S. federal air marshal who receives an anonymous text threatening to kill one passenger every 20 minutes on the plane unless he has $150 million transferred to a secret bank account.
Upon further investigation, it turns out Marks is being set up, as the account number is in his name.
Naturally, all hell breaks loose when people start turning up dead and Neeson's character subjects folks—including Downton Abbey's Michelle Dockery who pops up as a flight attendant—to questioning, while Julianne Moore plays a mysterious passenger watching the frightful proceedings from the sidelines.
A fight or two breaks out and Liam has to contend with what appears to be a bomb that blows a hole in his plane, but that's part for the course for the thespian, who's become a late-blooming action hero thanks to a string of flicks released in the dead of winter that have scored big with moviegoers.
The box office winning streak started with 2008's Taken and has continued with 2011's Unknown and 2012's The Grey and Taken 2.
Non-Stop is set to hit theaters on Feb. 28, 2014.