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French Wolfman trailer with new footage

WolfMan.jpgThe French trailer for The Wolfman has arrived online with some new footage, and also a new cut which seems to deliver more of a linear story development than the previous.

I'm really looking forward to The Wolfman now, and it happened long before this trailer. The footage for The Wolfman is looking superb and the line-up of actors is still rather impressive. Benecio Del Toro, Anthony Hopkins, Hugo Weaving and Emily Blunt, a script with Andrew Kevin Walker work on it and Joe Johnston directing.

Still, the trailer ends with the feel of a King Kong story, but I'm sure that's not going to be the ending we'll see in the film, or at least I hope it's not. The Wolfman captured, taken to civilisation to show off, escapes in the big city, climbs huge monument and gets killed. That would be a little too obvious, although that's what the last two trailers have been suggesting.

This latest French trailer through ShockTillYouDrop has a really nice feel to it though, rather than the the ones to date there's a greater concentration on the story development and a slightly slower pace while still showing plenty of effects shots.

It does look good. Is anyone not looking forward to this? Here's the new The Wolfman trailer to help you decide.





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