'You die, I die!' Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt hatch escape plan as spaceship hurtles towards planet in new Passengers trailer
They play travelers on a space ship who are accidentally awoken 90 years too early from hibernation in their new sci-fi thriller, Passengers.
And a new trailer for the film shows just how high the stakes are for Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt's characters, as the space ship they are travelling on hurtles towards a fiery planet.
The actors watch on in horror as their ship embarks on a collision course straight towards the orb.
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Fighting for their lives: A new trailer for the film Passengers shows just how high the stakes are for Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt's characters, as the space ship they are travelling on hurtles towards a fiery planet
Incoming! The actors watch on in horror as their ship embarks on a collision course straight towards the orb
The trouble begins after Aurora (Jennifer, 26) and Jim Preston (Chris, 37) are arisen in the middle of their 120 year long hibernation, leaving them the only two awake on the spaceship.
They decide to hatch an escape plan, but their mission is nearly thwarted by numerous malfunctions, including a power outage, gravity failure, and of course the incoming planet.
'Something's wrong,' Jim says ominously as he senses trouble looming. 'Something big.'
'What do we do now?' Aurora asks after several malfunctions.
No better time to sleep in! Jim Preston (Chris) awakens with a start 90 years too early from hibneraton
All alone: The pair are the only passengers who have awoken from hibernation
Get him out! Jim attempts to make his way through the ship after discovering the malfunction
Memories: Aurora watched a video filled with messages from her friends back home
'Do you trust me?' Jim replies.
After the mission becomes beset with technical problems, Jim gets into a space suit in an apparent last-ditch effort to save their lives.
'This ship is gonna go,' he tells Aurora. 'I have to do this.'
'Do you trust me?' Pratt's character asks Aurora a loaded question
Collision course: Their ship hurtles towards a not-so-distant fiery planet
Making a run for it: The pair hold hands as they run for their lives inside the ship
'You die, I die!' Aurora shouts at Jim after he attempts a last-ditch effort for their lives
Making a break for it: Aurora gears up in a space suit as she follows her friend outside
'No!' Aurora shouts as he leaves. 'You die, I die.'
Aurora then follows Jim as he heads out, also wearing an space suit.
Of course, not everything goes to plan, as Aurora is then seen dragging Jim's lifeless body inside the space ship.
Errors abound: A malfunction switches the gravity off from inside the ship
Water world: Lawrence swims inside in a water bubble
Not him: The actress looks devastated as she drags Jim's lifeless body through the ship
Your presence is requested! Jim asked Aurora out on a date with the help of a robot
But even in the face of danger, sparks fly for Aurora and Jim, as the trailer begins with the actor as he asks her out on a date.
Jim recruits a robot to deliver Aurora an invitation for dinner and, after accepting, the pair meet up at a bar.
Aurora looks incredible in a fitted LBD as she flirts with Jim while they are served by a robotic bartender.
Date night: Aurora read Jim's invitation for dinner
The verdict is in: Jim controlled the robot from another part of the ship
'Why did you give up your life on Earth?' she asks Jim.
Speaking of the film with Entertainment Weekly, director Morten Tyldum admitted he was glued to the script.
'The script was so smart and funny and clever and it was such a page turner, I couldn’t put it down,' he said.
Passengers will hit theaters in the U.S. on December 21.
Sparks are flying: Aurora flirted her co-passenger over drinks
Drinks for two: The robotic bartender handed the pair two glasses of wine
Danger! Aurora and Jim react as they continue to approach the fiery planet just outside