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Movie Preview: Benicio Del Toro, Emily Blunt in The Wolfman


I learned way more about The Wolfman movie than I needed to know back in July of '08 when I saw a Comic-Con panel with actors Benicio Del Toro and Emily Blunt. At the time I thought the footage looked really cool, and I figured we'd get a real trailer for the movie soon because the release date was April 3, 2009. That Comic-Con panel was, you know, over a year ago, and obviously April came and went. But now we do have a trailer for The Wolfman along with some interesting images, and I think it was all worth the wait.

Now set to hit theaters Feb. 12, 2010, The Wolfman tells the story of Lawrence Talbot (Del Toro), "a haunted nobleman," who returns to his ancestral homeland and is bitten (and cursed) by a werewolf. I wish the movie were coming out around Halloween! To see the new trailer and a gallery of spooky images,

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lizlee89 lizlee89 7 years
haha, Anonymous! so refreshing to see someone who has not been brainwashed into an illogical love for Che. what I like about this is that they took a classic story that, while being very cheesy, is fun when well made. just like the original, this looks elegant and eerie and tragic - it's not a horror story as much as it is a tragic love story. and I love everyone in this; especially Hugo Weaving...
lizlee89 lizlee89 7 years
haha, Anonymous! so refreshing to see someone who has not been brainwashed into an illogical love for Che.what I like about this is that they took a classic story that, while being very cheesy, is fun when well made. just like the original, this looks elegant and eerie and tragic - it's not a horror story as much as it is a tragic love story. and I love everyone in this; especially Hugo Weaving...
Catherinette Catherinette 7 years
This movie looks freaking AWESOME! I think Benicio will be great in the role.
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