Watch: Two New TV Spots for Andrew Stanton's 'John Carter' of Mars

December 17, 2011
Source: Yahoo

John Carter of Mars

"Fate has brought you here John Carter." Disney has debuted a set of new TV spots for Andrew Stanton's John Carter (of Mars), starring Taylor Kitsch, Lynn Collins, Willem Dafoe and Mark Strong, among many others. Each one 30 seconds, but Yahoo has combined them into one video. We've seen plenty for this movie already, the most recent trailer being a vast improvement on the first teaser, but I know most aren't excited for this in the least. I think these TV spots give us a better idea of the action and how fantastic the CGI is starting to look. I'm still looking forward to this, as I love sci-fi no matter what. Check these out!

Watch the two new TV spots for Andrew Stanton's John Carter, in HD from Yahoo:

John Carter (of Mars) is based on Edgar Rice Burroughs' classic sci-fi adventures, telling of war-weary, former military captain John Carter (Kitsch), who is inexplicably transported to Mars where he becomes reluctantly embroiled in a conflict of epic proportions amongst the inhabitants of the planet, including Tars Tarkas (Dafoe) and the captivating Princess Dejah Thoris (Collins). Carter rediscovers his humanity when he realizes that the survival of Barsoom and its people rests in his hands. John Carter is directed by Pixar alum Andrew Stanton (Finding Nemo, Wall-E) from a screenplay by Mark Andrews, Michael Chabon & Stanton. Disney is bringing John Carter to theaters in 3D eveywhere starting March 9th, 2012 this spring.

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    Honestly. I am still not excited about this movie. It looks about average. Poor Andrew Staunton seems to have bit off more than he can chew with this one. But I have been wrong before...
  • I liked the add for shopping with Lady Gaga. Looks alright, I'll watch it for sure, but not realy expecting anything as good as the masterpiece that was Highlander 2.
  • Frost
    the second spot gave me the chills
  • Xerxexx
    I enjoyed the second one more, but loved his battlecry in the first one.
    • Anonymous
      These TV spots work well for me.  I know that there are those who are will not give two sh*ts either way because they've written off the film, but....I know this is one of my "must sees" for 2012. Hopefully, it will get people to take a look at ERB's John Carter novels.  
      • Xerxexx
        I'll probably see it...my dad was a fan so I definitely see it for him.
  • Jack
    So... Prince of Persia / Star Wars mash-up? Not appealing.
    • Xerxexx
      Star Wars? Where? John Carter has been around since the 1900's.
      • Gutsspill
        ... So was Star Wars. 1977 I believe. The EARLY 1900's maybe?
        • Xerxexx
          John Carter first appeared in 1912...that's 65 years. The 1900's and/or Early 1900's works. Pretty sure Star Wars wasn't planned 65 years ago.
    • stfugtfo
  • rennmaxbeta
    Still doesn't do anything to really interest me in the movie. Less action and more story and characters might be better. But, eh, maybe I'm just an old fart compared to the target audience/quadrant for these things now.
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