Answer: It opens Sept. 29, and Tyler, having just seen a final cut, declares that it's "really good. It's about World War I fighter pilots. Before America joined the war, some young American men of their own volition came to join the effort because they just wanted to fly. Nobody had flown before, so these young guys were like, 'I'm going to France and I'm going to fly!' And that's what we are portraying. It's all based on real life stories and characters, and it was really fun. It's going to be one of those movies that people are going to be surprised by. It's something you've never seen before, unless you were watching movies made in the '40s about World War I. You have all these crazy action sequences where you're up in the air and flying, and it's just cool. I personally have never seen a movie like that in my life." To research his role as one of the pilots, Tyler took a spin in a replica 1913 spy plane. "We flew over the English and French countryside at like 4,000 feet, doing barrel rolls and loop-d-loops and nosedives and stuff. It was unbelievable. I never experienced anything like that in my life."
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