May 21, 2008 04:55:48 GMT
Before the action comedy movie starring Steve Carell and Anne Hathaway hit the theaters, five television spots of the movie have made their way to the virtual world.
A month before "Get Smart" tickles its way into the theaters, Warner Bros. Pictures have given the future audience a chance to refresh their mind on the Steve Carell's action comedy by releasing five television spots of the movie on the net. Though the spots contain many footages that have been unveiled before through its trailers, they still reveal new unseen clips.
Timed exactly at 32 seconds, each of the spots brings in different themes for the promotional of the comedic movie. All of the video footages promotes the clumsy first-time Control agent, Maxwell Smart in a sarcastic way. By that, it means that while the narrator hails agent Smart for his wit and his great work as a super agent, the clips viewed show differently through which he can be seen doing things that spy agent should not be doing.
Telling the story of an analyst chosen to be a superspy agent to stop a crime organization from dominating the world, "Get Smart" promises to deliver laughter through the comical situation faced by Carell's titular character in finishing his mission. Helped by Anne Hathaway as Agent 99, the inexperienced Smart tackles on his mission with enthusiasm and clumsiness. The film directed by Peter Segal is coming into the big screen on June 20.