In support of the December release of "Valkyrie", MGM and United Artist have compiled a brand new featurette which oversees the World War drama thriller through the eyes of director Bryan Singer. Containing many fresh snippets from the movie, the video footage highlights on the works the 43-year-old did for the movie.
Different from the previous featurette, this nearly three-minute fresh featurette is filled with commentary from the cast, including Bill Nighy, Kenneth Branagh and Tom Cruise, as well as from the film's writer Christopher McQuarrie about working with the helmer of "Superman Returns". In it, Singer also shares his vision on what kind of story he wants to deliver.
Scheduled to open in U.S. theaters on December 26, "Valkyrie" chronicles the attempt of a group of men hidden inside the highest reaches of power to assassinate Adolf Hitler and bring down the Nazi Regime. Starred by Tom Cruise as Colonel Claus von Stauffenberg, it also sees Carice van Houten, Thomas Kretschmann, Eddie Izzard, Christian Berkel and Terence Stamp in the cast ensemble.
"Through Bryan Singer's Eyes":