Wednesday, March 28, 2012

TEASER TRAILER -- Total Recall


Remakes are being made left and right...so here's another one! I adored the original one and even though it's not a horror, I had to post up the teaser trailer!

The official trailer is going to premiere this Sunday; HOWEVER, a thirty second teaser trailer for the upcoming Total Recall reboot has just been released. So, we can all get a first good look at some of what's to come! The film is scheduled to be released on August 3rd, 2012. It's directed by Len Wiseman and stars Colin Farrell, Kate Beckinsale, Jessica Biel, Ethan Hawke, Bill Nighy and Bryan Cranston.



I'm hoping that I'll enjoy this film when I check it out! Enjoy the teaser!

5 comments:

  1. I love Arnie. I'll pass on this remake.

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  2. Hey! So, I finally had a chance to read through all your blog posts that I missed. I'll just reply to the last three at once. I've never seen Total Recall, but Colin Farrell is an interesting choice. He's not much like Arnold, aside from the plaid shirt. Believe it or not, I've never seen Carrie either! I always thought it looked like a depressing movie, but maybe I'd like it. It's hard to imagine Chloe Moretz in that kind of role!

    As for the post about your top ten horror performances, I was surprised to see Ty Burrell on the list. I'm used to seeing him as the goofy dad on Modern Family. I've seen Dawn of the Dead, I just didn't remember him in it for some reason. Looking at that photo of "Terry" makes me want to see The Gate!

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  3. Definitely not interested in seeing this. Arnie's version is the best! Plus i heard it is going to have the always weak PG-13 rating.

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  4. Watched it yesterday and it bored the hell outta me. This looks so bland and boring, I'll definitely skip it.

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  5. I can't believe that eighties action films had better scripts than modern movies, but here we are. They should bring the screenwriter for Trolls2 in as a script doctor. It was amusing to read the tit for tat arguments on youtube from the superfans who type (with a straight face)'the film will destroy Arnolds beautiful legacy'. I'll watch it on youtube.

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