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Action-Packed Fresh Trailer From 'The Spirit'

September 27, 2008 01:51:19 GMT

The Spirit answers a woman's question about who he is with sneak peeks into the showdown between him and his foe, Octopus.


Action-Packed Fresh Trailer From 'The Spirit'
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The second full trailer of Frank Miller's "The Spirit" has arrived. Posted firstly by Moviefone, it presents the footage that has been described by BadTaste.it awhile ago. Opened with the scene where Spirit leaps down from a high building to save a woman from criminals, it continues with Spirit's explanation about his being, stating that he is not a ghost but a living, breathing and moving man.

The video then kicks in giving background illustration about the situation in Central City and that Spirit's existence creates a mess in the criminal underworld making Silken Floss points out to Octopus that they have to do something about him. That leads to the brawl between the two titans as Octopus aims to kill Spirit while he can. The trailer also presents Sand Saref and the flashback highlighting on younger Denny Colt with the beauty.

Adapted from Will Eisner's comic strip, the Lionsgate Films flick centers on a rookie cop by the name of Denny Colt. Returning from the dead, he poses as a masked hero seeking to sweep off criminals from Central City, including his foe, Octopus. Along the way, he meets a line of women seducing him out of his track for their own goals.

Coming from Miller, the creator of comic book series "300" and "Sin City", it stars Gabriel Macht, Samuel L. Jackson, Eva Mendes and Sarah Paulson, and is supported by Dan Lauria, Stana Katic and Paz Vega. It will blast off in the big screen on Christmas Day, December 25.

"The Spirit" Second Trailer:



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posted by Tetro on Sep 28, 2008
Looks like great visuals in a sin city style! looking forward to checking sam-L out...his acting style makes the movie.
posted by Amazed on Sep 27, 2008
This movie looks awsome

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