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Europacorp struck gold out of nowhere with last year's Taken, now the company is hoping for repeat-success with From Paris With Love. After watching this action-packed trailer, it seems like things are on the right track. John Travolta looks comfortable as an intimidating spy and you would think this type of flick is out of Johnathon Rhys Meyers' element, but he looks like he's going to hold it down in this movie too. The set-up is perfect. Now let's hope the final product delivers when FPWL hits theaters next year.

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