Today, Fox Searchlight released a second trailer for its hotly anticipated movie '127 Hours,' starring James Franco as real-life mountain climber Aron Ralston, whose arm became trapped by a boulder in 2003 while mountain climbing in Utah.

The new trailer is a bit of a departure from the original, as it focuses less on director Danny Boyle's ('Slumdog Millionaire') filmography and more on what those reportedly gruesome hours were actually like for Ralston.

Franco looks especially commanding -- not to mention heartbreaking -- in the leading role, in a performance that many are saying will earn him his first Oscar nomination in January. (Read Cinematical's review of '127 Hours' from Telluride here.)

Check out the trailer for yourself, then tell us: Will this be another Oscar-worthy movie from Danny Boyle? Or will you spend your time on something else when '127 Hours' his theaters on Nov. 5?
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While exploring a remote canyon in Utah, mountaineer and adventurer Aron Ralston (James Franco) becomes... Read More