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Red Band Sunday: Beowulf and No Country for Old Men

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August 26, 2007

Red Band Sunday

It's Sunday - you've got nothing better to do than read a few news stories and watch some new red band R-rated trailers. There's been quite a haul of new red band trailers this weekend, including Aliens vs Predator: Requiem and American Gangster, but today we're featuring a few others. One is for Robert Zemeckis' upcoming not-for-kids CGI film Beowulf, the other is for The Coen Brothers' new film No Country for Old Men, both worth watching.

This Beowulf trailer debuted at Comic-Con during the special presentation. It's a much better representation of the violence and a bit of the gore that you'll see in the film and is a more proper introduction to the not-for-kids nature of the film.

Click the play button to watch the red band trailer for Beowulf below:

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Beowulf is directed by Robert Zemeckis (Back to the Future, Cast Away, The Polar Express) and is in theaters everywhere on November 16th.

The audience for No Country for Old Men is going to end up being very niche. Given that, those of you who are interested may step forward and watch this trailer. As always, red band trailers give you that real unedited feel of how violent a movie may be, and that's where this trailer shines!

Just click the photo below to go to the official website, verify your age, and watch the new red band No Country for Old Men trailer:

No Country for Old Men

No Country for Old Men is written and directed by Joel and Ethan Coen (Fargo, O Brother, Where Art Thou?) and hits limited theaters starting on November 9th.

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  • Zach
    Javier Bardem looks really scary in that movie.

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