Kicking Off Fall: Plenty o' Fantastic Trailers

October 5, 2006

It's that time of year when a whole new set of Fall blockbusters are making their debut, and it's also the time when the studios gear up for the rest of the features coming out in Fall/Winter and release some slick new trailers. This weekend there is a grand selection of some amazing trailers, and of course, we've got to tell you all about them!

Read on for all the new trailers from this weekend.

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Release Date: October 27, 2006
Only just about 4 weeks away, this trailer dives much deeper into the grungy story that Saw III will be all about. It's the horror series that's been running successful for 3 years straight now as the writers James Wan and Leigh Whannell think up even nastier traps for Jigsaw to devise.

Blood Diamond
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Release Date: December 15, 2006
Originally controversial, this trailer really brings out some emotion. Watch as Djimon Hounsou yells just about every word he says with fiery passion. And you can't forget Leo DiCaprio with an accent and a rather riveting action story told right in the heart of Africa.

Ghost Rider
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Release Date: February 16, 2007
Nic Cage is Johnny Blaze in the next Marvel adaptation (the hold-over until Spider-Man 3). The trailer throws quite a bit into it, but its effects are outstanding and everything looks incredible. A must watch!

Frank Miller's 300
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Release Date: March 9, 2007
We posted a different, longer trailer before, but it got taken down by Warner Brothers before not too long. Now the real trailer, in stunning high-definition, shows even more! And this thing is a beauty. From the visual style to the actors - everything!! You need to see this!

The Nativity Story
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Release Date: December 1, 2006
Appropriately released around the Christmas time, it tells the real story of the real "Christmas." It's the story showing Jesus' birth and is being heralded as the next great God flick to come out since Passion of the Christ.

Arthur and the Invisibles
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Release Date: January 12, 2007
An interesting half-animated, half-live action family adventure comedy, directed by the recently-retired Fifth Element director Luc Besson, it's his last great work. And it does look quite enjoyable, even though a bit odd and still in the same line as every other animated film that comes out every other week all year long.

Mr. Woodcock
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Release Date: March 9, 2007
A rather ridiculous comedy staring Billy Bob Thornton in another role he's perfect for. But really isn't looking to be much more comedic or enjoyable at all, and rather a dull comedy with an equally dull actor - Seann William Scott.

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