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Good idea for a thread this, we should post decent looking trailers.

 

A couple on my radar:

 

Body of Lies

 

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A Righteous Kills

 

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Watchmen

 

[YOUTUBE]E4blSrZvPhU[/YOUTUBE]

 

Tropic Thunder

 

[YOUTUBE]hrqk-LLzW4g[/YOUTUBE]

 

Burn After Reading

 

[YOUTUBE]N99kv6ojn48[/YOUTUBE]

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Terminator 4: Salvation

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That Righteous Kill looks fucking garbage. The fuck is 50 Cent doing in a film with those two?

 

Burn After Reading looks good though.

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[YOUTUBE]<object width="425" height="344"><param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YRw3AkbtJhQ&hl=en&fs=1"></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><embed src="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YRw3AkbtJhQ&hl=en&fs=1" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowfullscreen="true" width="425" height="344"></embed></object>[/YOUTUBE]

 

Terminator 4: Salvation

 

Christian Bale has signed up for 3 more films! Great news if script is right. Apparently he's John Connor in 2038.

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I heard a wicked little rumour that the team behind Superbad and the 40 Year Old Virgin are interested in a remake/ new attempt at Ghostbusters. Being a fan of the originals, and also a fan of Apatow and Rogen et al, I think that would actually be quite good.

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I heard a wicked little rumour that the team behind Superbad and the 40 Year Old Virgin are interested in a remake/ new attempt at Ghostbusters. Being a fan of the originals, and also a fan of Apatow and Rogen et al, I think that would actually be quite good.

 

A game is out later this year that's based upon a script by the original writers. I think it may be based upon the story that got mentioned back in 2005 here.

 

Here's a more recent story, mooting the use of 3d animation. Along the lines of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, I assume.

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All sorts of legal goings on with Watchmen over the copyright ownership of the film, Fox allegedly threatened to stop WB releasing the film, but have since retracted that threat. I fear we've not heard the last of this.

 

Of the other films mentioned here in this thread that I have seen, Step Brothers is fantastic, Tropic Thunder is OK, and Hellboy 2 does not disappoint, though in my opinion is not as good as the first.

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All sorts of legal goings on with Watchmen over the copyright ownership of the film, Fox allegedly threatened to stop WB releasing the film, but have since retracted that threat. I fear we've not heard the last of this.

 

I can't see the film being anywhere near the same quality as the original book and fear the same sort of treatment that we saw with V for Vendetta.

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I can't see the film being anywhere near the same quality as the original book and fear the same sort of treatment that we saw with V for Vendetta.

 

Read some quotes from Kevin Smith who has watched the current version of the film and he thinks they've pulled it off: Link

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I can't see the film being anywhere near the same quality as the original book and fear the same sort of treatment that we saw with V for Vendetta.

 

It should be safe to get your hopes up for an excellent film. Don't think V for Vendetta, think Sin City and 300. I'm betting Frank Miller gets this pretty close to correct, and I'm looking forward to another great film.

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Being a fan of westerns, I'm curious to see how this turns out.

 

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Looks to be cast well, with Ed Harris playing a role he should be able to pull off well. I'm won't be worried about anyone else.

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I can't see the film being anywhere near the same quality as the original book and fear the same sort of treatment that we saw with V for Vendetta.

 

From that trailer it looks perfect. I do so hope that they haven't fucked it up. (Not that V for Vendetta was entirely awful mind you, just could have been better.)

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