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The big sequence that closes off Act I sees Amanda Seyfried, Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe, Helena Bonham Carter, Sacha Baron Cohen and more showing their powerful vocal chops together.
Accompanied by a tear-jerking score, the trailer highlights Clark Kent as he recalls his childhood memories and contemplates about his power and existence in the world.
Also mentioned in the list are 'Zero Dark Thirty', 'Lincoln', 'Dark Knight Rises', 'Argo', 'Beasts of the Southern Wild', 'Moonrise Kingdom' and 'Silver Linings Playbook'.
Hathaway bares her sexy back in a pastel-colored mermaid gown, while Seyfried glams up in an asymmetric black dress for the special screening event in London.
While admitting he might be interested in helming a 007 film, Hooper is not sure about directing a comic book movie though saying he's had 'a kind of epic filmmaker hidden' within him.
Hathaway goes glam in an all-black ensemble, Seyfried gets stylish in a floral mini dress, while Hugh Jackman looks sleek in a button-down shirt and tailored suit.
Critics applaud the Tom Hooper-directed musical film, praising the cast members for their stunning vocal chops and dubbing the film a serious Oscar contender for Best Picture.
Aside from revealing that 'Anchorman: The Legend Continues' will feature musical elements, director Adam McKay promises the film will involve a 'row of the best day players' as cameos.
Showcasing beautiful visuals of the musical drama, the high-definition pictures taken by the famed photographer feature each major character in their gorgeous period costume.
Uncovering plenty new touching scenes, the promo focuses on how Tom Hooper makes all the cast members perform live for the musical film instead of relying on post-production recordings.
Words are, the 'Borat' actor has been told to take 'some time out' after having a vocal problem that hinders him from shooting the musical film which requires all of its actors to sing live.
After the bootleg version that leaked a few weeks ago and the criticism that followed, Universal Pictures unleashes the official version complete with Hathaway's unaltered vocal.