The clip contains most of the footage presented before on Entertainment Tonight with footage shown being presented in different order.
While waiting for its teaser trailer to come, United Artist has delightfully put an official behind-the-scene promo for WWII thriller "Valkyrie" on the net, delightfully allowing us to take our first look of the moving pictures from the flick's set.
The featurette seemingly is an elaborated version of the promotional clip shown previously on Entertainment Tonight. Much of the content is more or less the same, still featuring tons of shots on Tom Cruise as Claus von Stauffenberg and interviews with the cast as well as the film's crew, only the footage is presented in different order.
Helmed by Bryan Singer for a scheduled June 27, 2008 release, "Valkyrie" is based on actual events about the July Plot hatched by German generals to assassinate Adolph Hitler at the height of WWII. Few months after it began production on July 18, 2007 in Berlin, Germany, scenes filmed at the Bendlerblock memorial suffered chemical damage during a film processing, making cast and crew return to the site for some re-shoots.