A brand new trailer promoting the forthcoming sci-fi thriller movie "The X-Files: I Want to Believe" has been making its way to the net. Timed at 1:38 minutes, the Russian language video footage is considerably short for a trailer, but it still presents hair-rising and creepy scenes to the viewers.
Combining already released footages with new ones, the compilation of clips gives out chance to fans and others to get a deeper insight to the television series' second adaptation movie. The trailer opens with a night time shot of a snow covered woods and a cabin in the middle of the woods. It then continues with a clip showing a woman sitting inside a car and a shadowy image of a person can be seen running in front of the car. Further into the trailer, the chilling and gripping tension is extended with more clips shown.
From the creator of "The X-Files" television series Chris Carter, "I Want to Believe" is a stand-alone story of the famous sci-fi thriller television series about two FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully who are given the task to solve the unsolved cases involving paranormal phenomena. In this movie, the two agents are brought back together again to investigate the mystery behind the disappearance of a band of women in rural Virginia. Starred by its two original leading actors, David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson, and supported by Amanda Peet, Xzibit and Billy Connolly, the 20th Century Fox's flick will be available in theaters on July 25.
"The X-Files: I Want to Believe" International Trailer in Russian:
UPDATE 06/03/08: After the release of "I Want to Believe" Russian-language international trailer, an English language international trailer follows to come out on the net. The new international video footage can be seen below.
"The X-Files: I Want to Believe" International Trailer in English: