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Where the Wild Things Are new trailer online

WhereThe4WildThingsAre.jpgThis is the new trailer for Where the Wild Things Are, the one I saw in front of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince which had over thirty minutes of television and film adverts, something we don't always see in UK cinema.

The trailer doesn't look greatly different, bit it does promise a lot of fun and would attract the kids straight away, so you can see why it was shown in front of Harry Potter.

The trailer doesn't give much extra from the previous one's we've seen, but there you have it, it's a new trailer none the less.

The film comes from the well loved book and tells the story of a young boy called Max who is sent to bed for misbehaving and then dreams up another world where he's loved by the wild creatures who then make him their King. However as he spends time there he begins to think more and more of home.

Where the Wild Things Are comes from director Spike Jonze and has a great cast behind it with Catherine Keener, Mark Ruffalo, James Gandolfini, Catherine O'Hara, and Forest Whitaker. Here's the new trailer.

You can also see the new trailer and a featurette over at Apple Trailers [P:S:M:L:480p:720p:1080p] in high definition.





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I've been looking forward to seeing this since the first trailer, and seeing this trailer just makes me want to see it even more. I think it looks really good. Cute stuff.

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