The Green Hornet International Trailer

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The Green Hornet international trailer The Green Hornet International Trailer

The Green Hornet is one of those movies that one moment looks really bad then the next moment something reassuring comes along. For me, the first official trailer for the film was a case of the latter and for the last few weeks I’ve been confident that director Michael Gondry has delivered a fun version of The Green Hornet worth seeing.

Now we have a new international trailer for The Green Hornet for you to check out and while it is quite similar to the first trailer, it does showcase some new footage. Before we get to the trailer, here’s a reminder of the general plot of the film:

By day, Britt Reid is a millionaire publisher and popular media figure, but by night, Reid assumes the identity of fearless crime fighter The Green Hornet and teams with his trusted sidekick, Kato, to keep the streets safe for average citizens.

Now check out the international trailer, courtesy of Trailer Addict:

Despite all it has going against it Рthe horrible January release date; the skepticism over Seth Rogen playing the Hornet; Stephen Chow dropping out; the 3D conversion enhancement РI still think The Green Hornet looks pretty good.

A couple of things I’m particularly excited about is Christoph Waltz (Inglourious Basterds) playing the villain (after Nicolas Cage passed on the role) and Michael Gondry (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind) directing it.¬†Perhaps the bad will outweigh the good in the end but fingers crossed that won’t happen here.

What do you think of the latest trailer for The Green Hornet? Will this one be a winner or a disaster?

The Green Hornet stars Seth Rogen, Jay Chou, Christoph Waltz and Cameron Diaz. It hits theaters on January 14th, 2011.

Source: Trailer Addict

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  1. I think it will do well despite the bad comments that have been circling around the movie.

    I’m particulary excited because I really liked what Michael did with Jim Carrey in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, so now he got Seth involved in a kind-a-serious role. I agree with you about Christoph Waltz.

    So far, what I don’t like for the trailers I have seen is the slow-mo action. I’m tired of that. I still hope they don’t overuse it through the film.

  2. Its better than the first trailer.

  3. Dead to me.

  4. Ok. How is this different from the last 20,000 or so hero-has-a-sidekick movies? Oh yea. HD, special effects, big booms (ahem)… From the looks of the trailer the rest looks pretty much identical.

  5. It doesn’t look any different from the first trailer at all.

  6. The term “Seth Rogen” is nearly synonymous with smarmy slacker disingenuousness.
    It’s a real shame that one of the cool but fringe-situated pop-culture action heroes of the 60s will now be basically owned and branded by this basically talentless “hack with a PR machine”.

    • He is a bit hokey- but I think he just needs s new direction to go in. This movie could be a step in a good direction. =)

  7. I bet no one will ever remember that this movie ever came out of the theatre! Remember “DARE DEVIL??”

  8. As a fan of Rogen i hope it does well because it looks decent.

  9. Looks like it wants to be a comedy.

  10. I remember when people talked a lot of crap about Michael Keaton playing Batman and that movie was a blockbuster. I think superhero movies should be played by comedians because they know how to play characters.

    Name one movie where an action movie star did seem like another action movie star?

    Give Seth Rogen a break already.

    Movie looks fantastic!