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Update: The Wolf Man trailer still online

WolfMan.jpgThe trailer for the much talked about remake of the 1940's The Wolf Man has made it online and it's right here for you to see.

Benicio Del Toro stars as Lawrence Talbot, a man who returns to his ancestral home and is bitten by a werewolf, thus making him a werewolf too. The film also stars Emily Blunt, Anthony Hopkins, Hugo Weaving and Geraldine Chaplin.

The trailer looks pretty damn good, and we are treated to some shots of the werewolf itself, looking rather large and pretty scary. I love the shot of it running through the crowd of people in what looks like the middle of a party.

Update: The previous trailer was removed, so here's the next in line!...and another!

What do you think. Actually now it's come time to finally see footage from the film, I do think it's a little lost amongst everything else that's coming out of Comic-Con. Although it looks great, it hasn't hit me with the same impact as other films coming out.


This article was posted using 3G Mobile Broadband as part of a product review.





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From a visual standpoint, it looks stunning. The only reason for the bad word of mouth is maybe the tone is like Coppola's Dracula. Hopefully, that will be fixed before it opens.

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