, the World War 2 drama produced by one Mr George Lucas, has revealed its first trailer.
The movie is based on the story of the Tuskegee Airmen, the first African American combat pilots to fight in WW2, despite facing prejudice and segregation.
It's a rare Lucasfilm movie that doesn't centre on
universe, though it comes packing the impressive visual effects you'd expect from Industrial Light and Magic.
There's plenty of potential in the trailer, from a powerful story that lends itself to big-scale movie-making, to the scenes of aerial combat that could be among the biggest of their kind.
If the subject matter proves to be handled sensitively, this could be pretty special, and with a January 2012 release planned, it will be eligible for Oscar consideration.
The cast includes Terrence Howard, Bryan Cranston and Cuba Gooding Jr (who has experience of this kind of thing with
Men Of Honour
Director Anthony Hemingway is making his feature debut on the project, having helmed episodes of high-profile TV shows including The Wire, CSI: NY and Battlestar Galactica.
Check out the trailer now:
is set to be released in early 2012.