Filmmaker Luc Besson is just as well known for finding new directors as he is for his own movies. After discovering rising talents such as Alexandre Aja, Louis Leterrier, and Pierre Morel, the writer-producer has handed the reins over to new filmmakers James Mather and Stephen St. Leger, who make their directorial debut with Lockout, which hits theaters nationwide April 13 and was written and produced by Luc Besson.

Guy Pearce stars as the wise-cracking Snow, who takes on an incredibly dangerous mission to rescue the President of the United States' daughter, Emilie (Maggie Grace), from the convicts aboard space prison MS-One. I had a chance to sit down with both Guy Pearce and Maggie Grace to discuss this sci-fi thriller. Check out what they had to say in our exclusive video interviews.

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