Chris Pine Hunts Down a CIA Mole in 'All The Old Knives' Trailer

'All The Old Knives' premieres April 8 on Prime Video.
by Danielle Turchiano — 

Chris Pine in 'All The Old Knives'

Prime Video

Just when the world was opening again, Prime Video is releasing a film about terrorism and espionage that may make you look at traveling a bit differently. Watch a preview of All The Old Knives, which premieres April 8 on the streamer, in a newly-released trailer below.

"They opened the books on Flight 127. The hijackers had help from inside our station here in Vienna. We need to find out if we have a mole," says Laurence Fishburne's CIA operative in the trailer.

This starts his veteran operative Henry Pelham (Chris Pine) down a path of trying to root out the mole from among his former colleagues. The doomed flight took the lives of more than 100 people years before the events of this story, and Henry has to look back on who worked for the CIA at the time to figure out who could have been involved. (Don't worry, he says he has been cleared of any suspicion in the trailer.)

Directed by Janus Metz from a screenplay from Olen Steinhauer (who also wrote the book on which the movie is based), All The Old Knives is a globe-trotting spy thriller that covers Austria, England, and California, as Henry is reunited with his former colleague (and former flame) Celia Harrison (Thandiwe Newton).

"To old friends," Henry says in the trailer, but when Celia tells him he "can do better than that," he corrects himself: "To old lovers."

Together, they will blur the lines between professionalism and personal passion as Prime Video previews they face down "global espionage, moral ambiguity, and deadly betrayal."

Jonathan Pryce also stars.