Exclusive: Absolute Deception Trailer Starring Cuba Gooding Jr.

Exclusive: Absolute Deception Trailer Starring Cuba Gooding Jr.
Cuba Gooding Jr. tries to get to the bottom of a mysterious murder in our exclusive trailer for Absolute Deception, debuting on DVD June 11. Brian Trenchard-Smith directs this action-thriller about John Nelson (Cuba Gooding Jr.), an FBI agent whose informant Miles is murdered. When he tells Miles' widow Rebecca Scott (Emmanuelle Vaugier) that her husband is dead, John and Rebecca team up to find out what really happened. Watch all the explosive intrigue unfold in this first footage from the upcoming thriller.

Absolute Deception - Exclusive "Trailer"

When FBI Agent John Nelson's (Cuba Gooding Jr.) key informant, Miles, is abducted and shot, all that's left is a severed finger. In order to find a new lead, Nelson travels to New York City to inform widowed magazine reporter Rebecca Scott (Emmanuelle Vaugier) that her long dead husband, Miles, had only recently been murdered to see if she had heard from him in recent years.
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DVD Release: Absolute Deception

Blu-ray & DVD Release Date: June 4, 2013

Price: DVD $22.99

Studio: Sony

Cuba Gooding Jr. (The Hit List) continues his string of starring roles in straight-to-dvd action thriller films with his latest, 2013′s Absolute Deception.

When FBI Agent John Nelson’s (Gooding Jr.) key informant, Miles, is abducted and shot, all that’s left is a severed finger. In order to find a new lead, Nelson travels to New York City to learn what he can from Miles’ widow, Rebecca Scott (Emmanuelle Vaugier, Hysteria). Traveling to Australia’s Gold Coast, the two soon discover Miles may have been part of an elaborate “Ponzi scheme” to bilk investors—including a vengeful billionaire—out of millions of dollars. As more layers of Miles’ secret life are exposed, can the two stay ahead of the mysterious attackers who will stop at nothing to halt their investigation?

Originally entitled Deception, but craftily altered to the name Absolute Deception
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Victa gets poetic in ode to ‘the expert turners and backyard learners’

Sydney agency Core has gone poetic in its first campaign for Australian gardening tools brand Victa.

The campaign, which introduces a new tagline ‘Altogether better’, is a response to a brief to highlight Victa’s garden and lawn care range.

Core won the business after a competitive pitch last year.

Laura Clarke, marketing communications manager, Briggs & Stratton said: “We want Australians to relate to the people in our ad and understand how Victa’s range of products provides Australians with locally tested and designed reliable outdoor power equipment to maintain their gardens and lawns. We’re here to help Australians easily manage their garden so that they can get back to enjoying time with their family and friends – and that’s why we’ve created this campaign.”


Client company: Briggs & Stratton Australasia Brand: Victa Clients: Laura Clarke, Marketing Manager, Carmelina Luppino, Marketing Coordinator Agency: Core Creative Directors: Christian Finucane,
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Father furious at 'Strictly' changes

Father furious at 'Strictly' changes
British national dance champion Lloyd Perry's father Sean has criticised Strictly Come Dancing's producers for ditching his son from the show. Lloyd, 11, and his partner Rebecca Scott were lined up to appear on the October 31 episode, according to WalesOnline. However, the BBC One show's bosses decided to cut the young dancers' segment from the show. "Strictly came to us and said they wanted children on the show, the three best couples in the country from different age groups," said Sean. "Originally they asked Lloyd to take part in a Latin show, so he trained and rehearsed for it. Ten days later we were told there was a change of plan and it was going to be a ballroom show so they had to retrain. "Lloyd and Rebecca took another day off school to travel up to the Midlands to rehearse. At the end of the second day just as
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