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WB Releases Legend of Tarzan Trailer — Here it is!

A1, Legend of Tarzan (Movie)

WB is on a roll — first the Legend of Tarzan  stills yesterday, then the poster this morning, now the trailer.  It’s happening folks.

 

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From Warner Bros. Pictures and Village Roadshow Pictures comes the action adventure “The Legend of Tarzan,” starring Alexander Skarsgård (HBO’s “True Blood”) as the legendary character created by Edgar Rice Burroughs.

The film also stars Oscar nominee Samuel L. Jackson (“Pulp Fiction,” the “Captain America” films), Margot Robbie (“The Wolf of Wall Street”), Oscar nominee Djimon Hounsou (“Blood Diamond,” “Gladiator”), Oscar nominee John Hurt (“The Elephant Man,” the “Harry Potter” films), with Oscar winner Jim Broadbent (“Iris”), and two-time Academy Award winner Christoph Waltz (“Inglourious Basterds,” “Django Unchained”).

It has been years since the man once known as Tarzan (Skarsgård) left the jungles of Africa behind for a gentrified life as John Clayton III, Lord Greystoke, with his beloved wife, Jane (Robbie) at his side. Now, he has been invited back to the Congo to serve as a trade emissary of Parliament, unaware that he is a pawn in a deadly convergence of greed and revenge, masterminded by the Belgian, Captain Leon Rom (Waltz). But those behind the murderous plot have no idea what they are about to unleash.

David Yates (the final four “Harry Potter” films, upcoming “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”) directed “The Legend of Tarzan” from a screenplay by Adam Cozad and Craig Brewer, story by Brewer and Cozad based on the Tarzan stories created by Burroughs. Legendary producer Jerry Weintraub (“Behind the Candelabra,” the “Ocean’s” trilogy) produced the film, together with David Barron (the “Harry Potter” films, “Cinderella”), Alan Riche (“Southpaw”) and Tony Ludwig (“Starsky & Hutch”). Susan Ekins, Nikolas Korda, Keith Goldberg, David Yates, Mike Richardson and Bruce Berman served as executive producers.

The behind-the-scenes creative team included director of photography Henry Braham (“The Golden Compass”), Oscar-winning production designer Stuart Craig (“Dangerous Liaisons,” “The English Patient,” the “Harry Potter” films), editor Mark Day (“Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Parts 1 & 2”), and Oscar-nominated costume designer Ruth Myers (“Emma,” “Unknown”).

“The Legend of Tarzan” was shot at Warner Bros. Studios, Leavesden, as well as on location around the UK.

A Jerry Weintraub production, “The Legend of Tarzan” is slated for release on July 1, 2016. The film will be distributed in 2D and 3D in select theatres and IMAX by Warner Bros. Pictures, a Warner Bros. Entertainment Company, and in select territories by Village Roadshow Pictures.

10 comments

  • schillah • 6 days ago
    ok…that didn’t look as bad as I thought it would
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    grey schillah • 6 days ago
    Sam Jackson makes any movie better…but, yeah, that seemed kinda cool.
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    retro-iceCap • 6 days ago
    I’m waiting for the sequel:
    Tarzan Lord Of The Apes v Caesar Of The Planet Of The Apes Dawn Of King Kong.
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    Nate Leiper • 6 days ago
    His abs piss me off. Because jelly.
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    G RAJ • 6 days ago
    Okay I’m going to say it where is cheetah
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    José Leandro G RAJ • 6 days ago
    Read the book.
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    Andy G RAJ • 6 days ago
    And not a single “Unk mongoni.”
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    Guest G RAJ • 6 days ago
    I wanna know where the elephant from the cartoon version is. He was always my favorite.
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    José Leandro Guest • 6 days ago
    Look at the book.
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    Blake G RAJ • 6 days ago
    I don’t want a gorilla Cheetah. Lemme see that chimp!
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    IsiahPymPalmer G RAJ • 6 days ago
    Djimon Hounsou is playing the Cheetah in this Tarzan story it seems
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    Andy IsiahPymPalmer • 6 days ago
    Ooh, careful there, dude.
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    Verick808 • 6 days ago
    It looks like I’m going to have to revise my initial opinion on this film. Looks like it could be interesting.
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    afan • 6 days ago
    Surprisingly impressive! Extremely happy that it is a period piece. Tarzan’s adventures belong in an action/fantasy genre and in a certain time; placing them solely in the world Burroughs created should be sacrosanct.
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    Rutilus afan • 6 days ago
    I agree 100%.
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    Grandma • 6 days ago
    CGI humans are always so glaringly obvious.
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    metalore • 6 days ago
    I hardly recognized Margot Robbie.
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    grey metalore • 6 days ago
    Except for the general aura of hotness coming off her…
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    GreySpider metalore • 6 days ago
    word
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    BuffoonDaddy • 6 days ago
    Thor doesn’t wear his helmet and Tarzan with out his loin cloth!? What friggen planet am I living on, people!?
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    1BWS BuffoonDaddy • 6 days ago
    He may wear the loin cloth at some point. Maybe they just don’t want people to watch the trailer frame by frame to see if they can catch a glimpse of what’s underneath it.
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    Vikram BuffoonDaddy • 6 days ago
    This is based on the books, he wears those tights after he returns to the jungle from civilization
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    BvS • 3 days ago
    Surprisingly, this looks good!
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    Tsui_Choi • 6 days ago
    Looks a lot better than I expected.
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    TheRealJRoberT Tsui_Choi • 5 days ago
    I have to give it that, much, Tsui_Choi. It looks watchable. Much better than some of the other Tarzan stuff. I`m actually looking forward to it, now.
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    Rutilus Tsui_Choi • 6 days ago
    Right?
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    Blokkertje! • 6 days ago
    I for one am impressed of the trailer. Good stuff!
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    Remmy • 6 days ago
    Why does the villain always think kidnapping the wife/girlfriend is ever going to turn out well for them in a movie?
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    TheRealJRoberT Remmy • 5 days ago
    Valid point. But that`s how it usually is with the villains, they know that the hero`s wife/ girlfriend can be used against them and that`s what they do. That`s why they`re villains, after all.
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    Remmy TheRealJRoberT • 4 days ago
    I know, it just seems like they have never seen a film and learned from others mistakes
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    Rutilus Remmy • 6 days ago
    LOL!!
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    Josh • 6 days ago
    Joe Manganiello should have been Tarzan.
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    TheRealJRoberT Josh • 5 days ago
    He could have worked as Superman, Batman, Tarzan,The Punisher or Deathstroke The Terminator. He could work as Shazam in The Shazam Movie ( but that`s going to be a difficult proposition for WB and DC in finding an actor talented enough to pull off playing an adolescent- a child, really, trapped in the body of a Super-Powered Adult and I frankly don`t know if Manganiello is a good enough actor to pull if off and especially if he were to act alongside someone as charismatic as The Rock but I do think they should consider him for the role)
    or even Marvel`s version of Hercules( if they ever do anything with him, that is). Joe Manganiello was born to play a Super Hero character. I remain pretty confident that sooner or later he`ll play one. I think he even said himself once that it`s going to happen and in an interview for a magazine, one of his friends described him as Shazam! That in some ways, he`s a nerdy kid trapped in this hulking, body of an adult.
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    Lurker111 • 6 days ago
    But will he do the Tarzan chest beating roar?
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    1BWS Lurker111 • 6 days ago
    Didn’t you hear him doing the roar or call as some say?
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    GarySeven • 6 days ago
    Dude’s built and cut but Tarzan doesn’t wear capri pants. Mary Tyler Moore did, but not Tarzan.
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    Tsui_Choi GarySeven • 6 days ago
    Again, why is it so difficult to read the freaking synopsis?
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    metalore GarySeven • 6 days ago
    earlier in the trailer they show Tarzan starts naked
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    TheRealJRoberT metalore • 5 days ago
    That`s why I said yesterday on the thread for Tarzan that it would make more sense if he start off this feral Man-Child, like Mowgli in The Jungle Book or even Aquaman in The 1990s Mini-Series, Time And Tide( which reimagined the origin of Aquaman as one where he is basically an underwater Tarzan/Mowgli and raised by Dolphins and is naked up until his Mid-Late Teens or Early Twenties). It`s not like animals wears clothes or need to wear clothes( people dressing their pets up is more an indulgence, I always thought, it`s more for the owners than it is for the pets) and I don`t think that a man raised by animals would start off wearing clothes. And as Tsui_Choi put it, the freaking synopsis does explain that Tarzan left The Jungle and then returned. So he`s been ”domesticated”, if you will. But in few cases is it more apt to say that you can take the man out of The Jungle but not The Jungle out of The Man.
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    DEADP00L metalore • 6 days ago
    Wonder what that is like swinging around butt naked. Maybe a kilt is a close comparison.
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    The AboveAVGScarlet Spider • 6 days ago
    That looks ahhhhhhhahahahahahahaaahhhhhhh-mazing!
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    The Prince of Helium • 6 days ago
    That looks way better than I thought.

    The books are pretty savage and serious. None of that Disney animated sing a long crap.

    I hope this somewhat maintains the integrity of the books.
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    Bullwinkles The Prince of Helium • 6 days ago
    Exactly. Most people who criticize this trailer have probably never read a Burroughs Tarzan book. They were awesome. Most movies made on the subject barely scratched the surface of the intensity and savagery of the novels. Hope this movie is close to it. Trailer actually looked great!
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    Tantalus Bullwinkles • 6 days ago
    Soooo true. He was basically Wolverine, Conan, and Doc Savage rolled into one. Robert E. Howard actually admitted to being inspired by this character when he created Conan. I’ve read over half of the original 24 novels and this one has my interest. The Belgian is a Burroughs villain, btw.
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    Tantalus The Prince of Helium • 6 days ago
    Well , they’re off to a good start with the natives regarding him as an evil spirit–that’s straight out of Burroughs. Additional points for having a blonde Jane.
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    Nerd Guy • a day ago
    By the tone and feel of this trailer…it looks a lot better than I thought it was going to be.
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    Duperman • 2 days ago
    As much as I love Sammy J, I don’t see myself paying money for this one. George of the Jungle? Yes. This? No.
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    Ugh • 2 days ago
    This looks terrible. That is being said just based on the trailer. But this is just another blah film that is rife with familiar tropes, stale cliches and contrived scenarios.

    Based on the trailer, it just looks extremely underwhelming. This is going to be relegated to my “might watch when it hits free cable in a few years, but only if there is nothing else on” category.
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    John Irvine • 3 days ago
    Looks like Greystoke with CG..

    Man with catalogue good looks white teeth and body of a super hero despite growing up in the jungle gets found by the hottest totty in the jungle who he mounts monkey style, goes back to England, gets educated, humps anything around him and then goes back to jungle with totty where he indulges in rear entry material all day in between playing soggy biscuit with the apes..

    BTW, the swinging cg looks awful…
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    AnonymousHero • 3 days ago
    Not bad… and the super fine Margot Robbie is also in the film… nice. Curious as to how this will compare alongside the live version of The Jungle Book that’s coming out. Looks like good quality though.
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    jej18 • 5 days ago
    looks a lot better than I thought. I think i will be seeing this movie
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    NoDuh! • 5 days ago
    If there had been a lot of dialogue in it, I’d have been wondering whether this were a Tarantino flick or not.
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    CptJHarkness • 5 days ago
    Jaime Pressly is that you?
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    dave o • 5 days ago
    how can you make a movie today about a white man who is lord of the jungle and all the black denizens therein? talk about macro-aggressions!
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    KungFuMasterLarry • 5 days ago
    Fantastic Beasts isn’t until 2018? I don’t know why I thought next November.
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    baronterror • 5 days ago
    This trailer did it’s job perfectly. It made me really excited to see a movie I did not even know existed with a property I have never had any prior interest in.
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    Thedoctorrr • 5 days ago
    I do like the look of this. It’s nice to see a Tarzan movie that actually looks big and epic for a change. Can’t wait.
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    KillerPool • 5 days ago
    Looks like the man put on some mass. Good look for him
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    Maccafan • 5 days ago
    Oh yeah, love the classics!

    I’ll definitely be checking this one out!
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    Batman • 5 days ago
    Whoa ???? that’s trippin.
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    tupac • 5 days ago
    Another white guy in the jungle at least Sam Jackson in the movie and he was CHEAP!!!
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    TheRealJRoberT tupac • 5 days ago
    Speaking of white guys in The Jungle, tupac, I would love to see Marvel do something with their white guy in The Jungle with animal friends- Ka-Zar.
    Granted, he`s a Rip-Off Tarzan but the way I see it, if Galaxy Quest can be better than some actual Star Trek Movies and Austin Powers can be better than some actual James Bond Movies, there is no reason that a Ka-Zar project done well by Marvel couldn`t be better than some of the stuff that has been done with Tarzan. As for Sam Jackson being in the movie, the man has said on record that he`ll do movies just for the cash and because he likes to see himself in them. I have to respect his honesty and as Jay-Z said, I can`t knock his hustle.
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    Pezdrake • 6 days ago
    I’ll wait to hear what some other ERB fans think of it. There’s never been a really good adaptation on the screen and I doubt this is much different.
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    Tantalus Pezdrake • 6 days ago
    I’m an ERB fan–an extremely picky one who never even bothered with the WB series–and this looks awesome. Aside from Tarzan’s blonde hair this looks very faithful to the books.
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    Andy • 6 days ago
    That gorilla at the end would absolutely pulverize him.
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    Gabriel Hanlon • 6 days ago
    I forgot how much i loved tarzan growing up. I used to watch the old b&w ones with my mum.
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    DredWisely • 6 days ago
    Ridiculous colonial fantasy whose time has come and gone. Can we please put an end to remakes of Tarzan, King Kong, and Godzilla?
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    Andy DredWisely • 6 days ago
    Colonialism had its good points.
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    Rutilus DredWisely • 6 days ago
    No, we cannot, thank goodness.
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    The__Tick • 6 days ago
    I don’t know I still have fond memories of Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes….that was a very good movie even in that time….plus Christopher Lambert because you can’t go wrong with Highlander!
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    TheRealJRoberT The__Tick • 5 days ago
    Greystoke was a fine movie. One of Lambert`s best( along with Highlander, of course). It had tinges of sadness and melancholy to it, though. How he just didn`t fit in with human civilization and society and in the end, couldn`t be with Jane( man, Andie McDowell was hot in those days) and had return to the only world he understood, The Jungle.
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    Andy The__Tick • 6 days ago
    Yeah, that was a pretty decent film.
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    viffer-007 • 6 days ago
    1:19 -> Holy CGI Tarzan!
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    TheRealJRoberT viffer-007 • 5 days ago
    Well, in fairness, you really can`t do some of the stunts that Tarzan does without stunt doubles and CGI. Also, the kind of way that animals factor into the story of Tarzan, it`s next to impossible to use real ones. I know that some iterations have but for the most part, it`s better when they use CGI or animatronics and puppetry( as The 1984 film obviously did). I keep saying that I hope Aquaman uses CGI and animatronics for the usage of Marine Wildlife(and they`ll pretty much have to) the way that the New Planet Of The Apes Movies and Noah used CGI for depicting the animals.
    But I thought Sam Jackson`s hair looked faker than some of the animals in the trailer! Ha! Ha!
    But that`s one of the bonuses of being bald, as Jackson himself said, for characters that have hair, the actors can just rock a wig.
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    Archangel • 6 days ago
    Okay I am convinced. Samuel L. Jackson is the greatest actor of all-time.
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    TheRealJRoberT Archangel • 5 days ago
    The man is a great actor, cool as ice and he`s a hustler. He makes no attempts to hide that he takes some roles solely for a paycheck.
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    Andy Archangel • 6 days ago
    Always entertaining, to be sure. And coolness just vents from his pores.
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    Jason Algarin • 6 days ago
    Not bad.
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    insideguy • 6 days ago
    Im not anti tarzan or anything I am just not sure this is going to work all that well in this day and age. Who knows.
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    Rutilus insideguy • 6 days ago
    The movie does not take place in this day and age.
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    Andy Rutilus • 6 days ago
    I think he meant that he doesn’t see this as something today’s audience will find interesting.
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    metimoteo • 6 days ago
    See you on streaming vid.
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    Knightly Crusade • 6 days ago
    I’d watch it but the Disney movie will always be my favorite.
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    ThatGuy • 6 days ago
    when will they do alive action Thundercats? I know random but so what.
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    beep-boop • 6 days ago
    Looked pretty good… until the CGI vine-swinging.

    Come on, now.
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    Andy beep-boop • 6 days ago
    I get what the filmmakers are trying to do though. You face two choices: either have real actors but less spectacular action scenes – or better action choreography that literally cannot be fully shot with humans.
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    Dr. Malcolm • 6 days ago
    Didn’t do anything for me.
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    The Graz Dr. Malcolm • 6 days ago
    Ah ah, life….finds a way.
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    Dr. Malcolm The Graz • 6 days ago
    Life .. ah.. yes. This trailer did not.
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    Thanx4TheRide • 6 days ago
    ZZZzzzZZZzzzZZZzzz
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    Cheetah • 6 days ago
    Surprisingly interesting!
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    King 4_$$hole • 6 days ago
    I’m sold.
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    dibu24 • 6 days ago
    Oh, look! It’s another Burroughs adaptation with a Battleship actor in the main role… 😉
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    SmirkPyrite dibu24 • 6 days ago
    Ahh, come on. John Carter was pretty good. It was its marketing that sucked.
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    dibu24 SmirkPyrite • 6 days ago
    Yes,I do agree. I just couldn’t resist the remark! 😉 Heck,maybe even that Tarzan movie will be great fun!
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    hisrealface SmirkPyrite • 6 days ago
    Could have done with a couple of changes but yeah, I was excited to see Gods of Mars.
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    Iceman SmirkPyrite • 6 days ago
    You’re funny…
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    Babillygunn Iceman • 6 days ago
    No. He’s right
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    TheRealJRoberT dibu24 • 5 days ago
    I don`t think Skarsgard can really be entirely blamed for Battleship, ah, sinking the way that it did at the Box Office. True, he was part of the production so he can`t entirely be divorced from the assignment of blame. But at the same time, he`s an actor, he needs to work, just like the rest of us- or well, those of us who do work. I would think that the director, producers, screen writers and studio need to take some of the blame, too. And I don`t see this pattern of Skarsgard being in consecutive bombs the way that I do with Taylor Kitsch. I like Chris Hemsworth in the role, but Skarsgard would have been a Bad-Ass Thor and he actually does hail from a Nordic Country( not like that`s a requirement for playing a Norse God Of Mythology obviously but it certainly wouldn`t have hurt, either).
    But I think Marvel was looking at him for the role as one of the candidates before they eventually went with Hemsworth.
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    Papacheeks dibu24 • 6 days ago
    You mean sarskgard who was in True Blood? Guy can act, not his fault battleship was a bad film, and a bad idea.

    This version of tarzan reminds me of the one with Christopher lambert. Which I enjoyed as a kid.

    So it will have my ticket.
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    GarySeven • 6 days ago
    Razor, John. Razor.
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    metalore • 6 days ago
    I have a feeling Djimon Hounsou and the rest of the natives are going to be out of place in this movie. Like they went the easy way of getting some action scenes instead of putting effort into developing deeper interaction with the apes which would be more interesting.
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    metalore • 6 days ago
    Hail Caesar!
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    metalore • 6 days ago
    Samuel L. Jackson also in this movie?
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    Rick metalore • 6 days ago
    He’s in every movie.
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    mau • 6 days ago
    The seven shades of Greystoke? Looks good.
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    TheRealJRoberT mau • 5 days ago
    Sounds kinky, mau! Ha! Ha! But yes, I have to admit, it does actually look good. Much better than I expected.
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    Prowl • 6 days ago
    I am down with this.
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    Rodrigo90 • 6 days ago
    No Phil Collins soundtrack?! D,:
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    Dodger • 6 days ago
    Doesn’t he have a toga?
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    Troy Sheets Jr. • 6 days ago
    I don’t understand why/how he has pants…he’s supposed to be in a loincloth good lord
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    You’re An Idiot Troy Sheets Jr. • 6 days ago
    Have you not paid ANY attention to this movie? Hell, even a simple Google search would get you the answer. But no, you have to be the stereotypical armchair film critic, keyboard warrior troll.

    The movie takes place after he’s already discovered that he is Lord Greystoke, and us ‘domesticated’, and he must bring that animalistic side back out in order to save Jane.

    Now, if you have to bitch, bitch about that. But at least have some semblance of an idea of what you’re talking about.
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    The Prince Of Helium You’re An Idiot • 6 days ago
    I bet Troy hasn’t even read a Tarzan book. And that pic of his is annoying. Typical hipster.
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    iamhere You’re An Idiot • 6 days ago
    I’d like to hire you as my personal troll hunter.

    What’s your rate?
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    He’s An Idiot iamhere • 6 days ago
    You point me into their direction, I’m free for hire.
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    Metal_Mario Troy Sheets Jr. • 6 days ago
    It’s as easy as reading the article, really.
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    Michael G. Scott Troy Sheets Jr. • 6 days ago
    read the synopsis..i think he left for civilization and just returned or somethin lkike that
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    MacClouds • 6 days ago
    looks good
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    Zybard • 6 days ago
    OMG. I really wish we could just let some franchises die. Tarzan, Chipmunks, Muppets, Looney Tunes
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    Rutilus Zybard • 6 days ago
    You got ONE out of four right – the chips…
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    DEADP00L • 6 days ago
    I cringe at the cheesy cliche-ness of it all now. That only scene that got to me was the baby in the crib with the mommy gorilla. The rest was rubbish.
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  • EPIC! looks like they took the best of the new Planet of the Apes series meets a Victorian costume drama piece.

  • Yes it is. I was going to make a comment about that. Kala didn’t have an infant on her back in the book …. she was carrying her dead infant, and left the body in the crib when she took Tarzan.

  • Is that an infant on Kala’s back? Maybe it will be Akut, raised as Tarzan’s brother. So maybe he’s the Mangani featured on the poster. Tree house, vine swinging (Spider-Man style, but hey, Tarzan is the father of all superheroes!) are reminiscent of the older movies. Apparently in this version Tarzan will fight Kerchak at this time period? And Mbonga seems to be the chief of the leopard men, neat. The jungle feels dangerous, as it should be. Margot Robbie radiates through the screen, as expected! Pulp magazine, great. Two-guns Jackson, awesome! I already want a George Washington III team-up with Tarantino’s Django! Still no John Hurt in sight (still want him as ERB!). I’m a happy Customer right now! :)

  • Oh yeah, and I forgot to even mention Skarsgard, Robbie and Sam L. Jackson! Lookin’ very, very good!

  • Love it! The atmosphere, the cinematography… the tree shots, the apes (not mangani really, more bolgani, but what the hell)… The period is absolutely correct! Yes, the tree house is wrong, but again, what the h… you can’t have everything. I like the echoing sound of the ape call. And are those Leopard Men? I’m stoked!!

  • Well, it looks really good! Love the scenery, the CGI looks good, and it looks like a great adventure. Nothing campy or cheesy. I’m so excited!

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