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Four New Clips From 'A Christmas Carol'

October 23, 2009 04:18:16 GMT

Delve deeper into Robert Zemeckis' 3-D re-invention of Charles Dickens' timeless tale through the newly-released snippets.


Four New Clips From 'A Christmas Carol'
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Two weeks shy of its theatrical release, "A Christmas Carol (2009)" has got four fresh clips unleashed for viewing pleasure. Two of the clips, "Three Spirits" and "I'm Still Here", come out courtesy of IGN, another one titled "Fezziwigs" is brought forth by MovieWeb, and the last one is debuted via Coming Soon (CS).

The "Three Spirit" clip picks up the scene wherein the ghostly figure of Jacob Marley gives a warning of ghosts' visit to Ebenezer Scrooge, and "I'm Still Here" presents the glad-to-be alive Scrooge. "Fezziwigs", in the meantime, takes Scrooge to see his younger version, and the one from CS reels in the moment he confronts his clerk, Mr. Cratchit.

In addition to the clips, a batch of new photos from the 3-D re-invention of Charles Dickens' timeless tale has been made available. Some of the fresh stills are brought to the attention by Latino Review, while some others are put out by Joblo.

Set around the most joyous day of the year, "A Christmas Carol" revolves around Ebenezer Scrooge. Starting the Christmas holiday with his usual miserly contempt by barking at his faithful clerk and his cheery nephew, the old and bitter miser is about to undergo a profound experience of redemption over the course of one night.

The animation feature comes from Academy Award-winning filmmaker Robert Zemeckis. Jim Carrey takes a multitude of roles from the main character Scrooge to the ghosts haunting Scrooge. Gary Oldman, Bob Hoskins, Colin Firth and Robin Wright Penn also lend their voices. The film will be released in Disney Digital 3-D and IMAX 3-D on November 6.

  • Clip "Three Spirits":
  • Clip "Fezziwigs":
  • Clip "I'm Still Here":
  • Clip "Confronting Mr. Cratchit":







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