A brand new trailer of the drama movie about a man trying to make amends for the mistakes he's done has been released in place of the previously outed trailer.
"Seven Pounds" has had its official trailer uncovered. Though the opening suggests that it is similar to the earlier released trailer, the new promotional video continues by showing edited footage. Straight after the company credits, the video presents Ben Thomas' younger brother pointing out his disappointment on Thomas' attitude towards him. The scene then moves on with Thomas sitting on a bed looking into a file, followed by a woman reading a letter with Thomas' voice-over explaining what the woman should do to get his house.
Thinking that he has ruined his life in 7 seconds, a suicidal IRS agent, Ben Thomas, tries to redeem himself by changing the lives of seven strangers. But, what he doesn't expect is that his life will also be forever changed by what he is attempting to do as he falls in love with one of the people he chooses to help. Starring Will Smith, Rosario Dawson, Woody Harrelson, Michael Ealy and many others, the Columbia Pictures flick teams up once again Smith with his "The Pursuit of Happyness" director Gabriele Muccino. "Pounds" has been set to hit theaters on December 19.
"Seven Pounds" Official Trailer: