One More Final Trailer for Baz Luhrmann's Australia

November 9, 2008
Source: Apple

Australia Trailer

Given it's a rather quiet weekend, I thought it might be fitting to feature Fox's final trailer for Baz Luhrmann's Australia. When you watch this you might finally realize why I feel like this has the potential to be this year's Best Picture. Despite the film is just now being finished, I still think it will have an great run at the box office, or I so I'm hoping. I don't care if it's nearly three hours long, I'm anxious to be immersed in Luhrmann's wonderfully vivid world to see a love story that only he could tell. The story actually focuses on the aboriginal kid as the connection between the two lovers, Hugh Jackman and Nicole Kidman. Whatever happens with this movie in the end, tourism is Australia is going to blossom.

Watch the final trailer for Australia:

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You can also watch the final Australia trailer in High Definition on Apple

Australia is both co-written and directed by Australian filmmaker Baz Luhrmann of Moulin Rouge!, Romeo + Juliet, and Strictly Ballroom previously. In addition to Luhrmann, screenwriters Ronald Harwood (The Pianist, The Diving Bell and the Butterfly), Stuart Beattie (Collateral, Pirates of the Caribbean, G.I. Joe), and Richard Flanagan (The Sound of One Hand Clapping) have been involved with elements of the script as well. Fox is debuting Australia in theaters everywhere on November 26th this fall.

Australia Poster

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  • Vegeta
  • Jay Selis
  • Jay Selis
    Alex, This trailer is the same exact one that was posted for the second full trailer of Australia. This is not a new trailer. I do not mind watching it again. but this looks exactly the same as the other one that was posted a while ago. Cheers. Can not wait until November 26th. Milk and Australia baby
  • Darrin
    i thought boxing day is on 26th of december. well thats the day in trinidad.
  • Florian
    => 4th december in france! Can't wait!!! Amazing ...
  • noice
  • Daniel
    the poster sooooo reminds me of Gone With The Wind. I'm sure it was intentional
  • The_Phantom
    This movie looks amazing. I'm a little worried that Fox is the studio though, probably why Baz Luhrmann was holding on to it as long as possible saying he was still editing the movie so they don't chop it up! jk... Romeo and Juliet was awsome!
  • Conrad
    Alex, you confirm the release date is November 26th, but the poster reads boxing day. Is the poster wrong?
  • Ajax
    Personally, I think that this is going to end up like Titanic. Think about it: A rich, socialite woman has a relationship with a lower-class he-man, until a disaster happens (in this case, WWII). Plus, they were both released by Fox. IF this thing is destined to be "Titanic", then it will make a whole lot of money, win a whole lot of Oscars, and be so boring and smaltzy that I won't see it.
  • Scott McHenry
    This movie will be awesome. If it is like Titanic then at least it will have Hugh Jackman and more action.
  • Florian
  • Darren
    looks long...
  • Lorelei
    Looks magnificent! I can't wait to see it! 😀
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  • Baron
    is it just me or does this vaguely remind anyone of Far and thing we know kidman/hughes get married...
  • Steven
    Damn that was a good trailer. I'm officially ready for this.
  • best film of the year
  • dave13
    still looks epic. i have to see it. and i agree, the poster is like the Gone with the Wind one, however, I think I like that one, and not this one.
  • HFC
    looks amazing!!! and does anyone know what the song/music playing at the first half of the trailer? it sounds amazing!!
  • Matthew
    Is the music from the movie or is it from something else?
  • Ken
    Its Explosions in the Sky the song is The Only Moment We Were Alone.
  • Kathy
    I saw this film today and loved it! Reminds me of Gone With the Wind! Nicole was great...I normally don't see her movies.




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