This should take you to an official YouTube version of the trailer - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6gKVquj9LgM&feature=feedu
Thanks Timothy, I updated the post.
Holy crap, that looks good! And the Peter Gabriel version of that song is perfect--I hope they keep it! Thanks for posting this.
You know, I didn't want to be excited about this - since John Carter would be something so easy to screw up - but . . . I'm stoked now. Dammit. It better be good. :)- Ark
When I found out that the family values fascists at Disney/Pixar had gotten ahold of the John Carter property, I was afraid that this was going to be turned into a great steaming pile of G-rated pablum ( e.g. John Cater would become a CGI anthropomorphic rabbit who travels to Mars on a carrot-shaped rocket to fight comical Martians). While it certainly appears to have been bowdlerized for this PC age (I'm still surpassed that they still kept this a period piece with our heo being a Confederate army veteran), it still appears quite watchable. I'm still apprehensive about the cast. I always believed Hugh Jackman was born to play John Carter and the only actress "incomparable" enough to play Dejah Thoris would be Angelina Jolie. I don't know Taylor Kitsch or Lynn Collins. However, Mark Strong has proved himself time and time again as a good heavy and casting Willem Dafoe as Tars Tarkas (well, his voice and motion captures anyway) was nothing short of inspired. We shall have to see.
While it certainly appears to have been bowdlerized for this PC ageI'm curious how you got that from the trailer--could you elaborate?
Check out this little piece of history:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1H2ZdSbyHhQJust 77 years in development! :)
Well for starters, the Martians are noticably clothed. That, and in a nod to gender equality they've decide to make Dejah Thoris a sort warrior princess. Of course, I know that there would be no way you could get a 100% accurate depiction of Barsoom past the MPAA with a PG rating.