Lionsgate has dropped the trailer for its upcoming movie, "Fall," and it shows Grace Fulton and Virginia Gardner who portray Becky and Hunter, respectively, climbing a 2,000-feet-tall radio tower.

The trailer, which was uploaded to YouTube Tuesday, opens with Becky having flashbacks of when she saw her boyfriend plunge to his death while climbing a mountain with her. This is followed by a scene in which the character played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan tells her to move on from the horrible accident.

Later, her best friend and fellow thrill-seeker Hunter convinces her to face her fears by climbing an abandoned radio tower that's 2,000 feet high. She's hesitant at first but eventually accepts the challenge.

The trailer then shows the two women traveling to where the tower is located and then starting their ascent. But before they get to its top, something terrible happens.

Fans took to the comments section to share their reactions to the vertigo-inducing video.

"Jeffery Dean Morgan got me. Will put this on my must watch list. Looks like a good thriller," one of them wrote, while another noted, "This movie is gonna give me fast heartbeats!"

Helmed by Scott Mann, who is responsible for directing "Heist" and "The Tournament," "Fall" is slated for release on Aug. 12. Besides Fulton, Gardner and Morgan, the thriller film also stars Brianna Hildebrand, Mason Gooding, Julia Pace Mitchell and Jasper Cole.

Morgan is popularly known for the TV series "The Walking Dead," where he has been playing Negan since 2016.

Gardner, on the other hand, was last seen in the TV series "American Horror Stories." The 27-year-old actress will appear as Sharon in the show "Gaslit." Fans will also see her as Caitlin in the movie "Like," which is currently under post-production. Moreover, she will work with director Roger Kumble's romantic movie "Beautiful Disaster."

As for Grace Fulton, who is also known as Grace Caroline Currey, she will be seen in the highly anticipated DC movie "Shazam! Fury of the Gods," which is expected to come out on Dec. 21.

Radio towers
Several government agencies are exploring the possibility of combining radio spectrum to free up room for more wireless internet services. Susan/Pixabay