Ben Affleck's latest movie, "Argo," is based on the true story of six American hostages who just barely escaped their Iranian captives.

They holed up at the Canadian ambassador's home in Tehran, and with the help of the CIA, crafted a plan to escape the country.

Find out how the CIA and Canada worked together to make a fake movie to secretly shuttle the hostages out of Iran. You won't believe the details.

Watch the red band trailer featurette, above. Please note: there is FOUL LANGUAGE in the video.

"Argo" will be released on October 12 in theatres across North America.

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On Nov. 4, 1979, militants storm the U.S. embassy in Tehran, Iran, taking 66 American hostages. Amid... Read More

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