Look for a spectacular never-before-seen shot at the end of the video piece.
Four seem to be far from enough if talking about Robert Zemeckis' forthcoming epic "Beowulf." Already had four TV spots launched, the motion-capture flick now comes with a fifth one on the net, which should delight fans who still want to get more look on it.
Placed on downloads.paramount.com, the new TV spot is available in QuickTime in low, medium, and high resolution. It can also be accessed via Beowulf Trailer section at AceShowbiz.
Though largely presents footage you have viewed before, there are indeed glimpses of few never-before-seen shots featured here, particularly at the end of the clip where a man jumps to put long cut down a dragon's body.
Hitting both conventional and IMAX theaters on November 16, 2007, "Beowulf" uses similar photo-realistic version of the "performance capture" technique Zemeckis applied in his 2004 work "The Polar Express." Story is adapted from an Anglo-Saxon epic poem about the titular hero who must fight and defeat a monster named Grendel also his mother, who begins killing out of revenge.