October 17, 2007 06:53:18 GMT
Watch for few new footage from the anticipated flick in each piece.
Looks like Paramount Pictures is being generous this time regarding its upcoming "Beowulf." Yes, the studio has launched online not only one but three new TV spots altogether for the anticipated epic, surely being such a big treat for those looking forward for the film.
Featuring the same opening of the titular hero bracing the heavy rain on a boat, all of them can be found at the TV Spots slot of the Video section on the movie's official site, of which homepage has been changed. Each delightfully presents few new footage with one of them even revealing more characters of the flick.
Directed by Robert Zemeckis for a November 16, 2007 release, "Beowulf" once was speculated to be rated R but finally got confirmed by MPAA to go with a PG-13 rating instead. In its support for the motion capture feature, Paramount has hired Knott's Berry Farm in Orange County, California, to produce a walk-through maze based on the picture for it's 35th annual Halloween Haunt.