Must Watch: DreamWorks' Second Full Monsters vs Aliens Trailer
DreamWorks has debut the second full-length trailer for their upcoming March animated comedy Monsters vs Aliens featuring the voices of Reese Witherspoon, Will Arnett, Seth Rogen, Hugh Laurie, Stephen Colbert, and many others. This second trailer reveals quite a bit more than the first teaser, including glimpses at some of the large scale fight scenes and where the story is headed. Although I usually don't like DreamWorks Animation's films, I'll continue to say that Monsters vs Aliens looks like a giant leap forward, just as Kung Fu Panda was earlier this summer. They might have finally figured out how to make some good movies, although they're still not Pixar level. Anyway, enjoy this new trailer!
Watch the second trailer for Monsters vs Aliens:
You can also watch the new Monsters vs Aliens trailer in High Definition on MSN
Monsters vs Aliens is directed by DreamWorks filmmakers Rob Letterman (of Shark Tale previously) and Conrad Vernon (of Shrek 2 previously). Oddly, DreamWorks never revealed who the writers were, which makes me a bit worried that this was a studio-wide collaboration. Paramount will debut Monsters vs Aliens in both IMAX 3D and regular theaters on March 27th, 2009 next year. See everyone in theaters!
uu shrek 2 and sharks tale....i think i'm gonna ignore that part and focus on the great trailer!
sng. Sheep on Dec 23, 2008
Not a fan of 3d movies and the trend hollywood is trying to start with that but the movie does actually look entertaining.
Unseen on Dec 23, 2008
Ha wow I would watch a whole film of Seth Rogen as Bob
mikesta on Dec 23, 2008
I'm genuinely looking forward to this. Especially after how great Kung Fu Panda turned out.
Joel on Dec 23, 2008
Name of the music at 1:45?
hector on Dec 23, 2008
great trailer. i'm wanting to see the movie right now!
dan on Dec 23, 2008
Yeah I'd be down to see it.
Nick Sears on Dec 23, 2008
I wonder what voice Stephen Colbert is...I didn't recognize him in any of the characters in the trailer.
Peloquin on Dec 23, 2008
lol. "she? It's a boy. Look at his boobies."
Mike McRorey on Dec 23, 2008
i looks friggin' funny! and the final scene, with the jelly, hilarious!!
F.C. on Dec 23, 2008
looks excellent. dwa really is coming on strong. not sure if i liked galaxarra
wilydbagge on Dec 23, 2008
Hector, The Scorpions - Hurricane
Christopher Marc on Dec 23, 2008
i think that jelly gave me a fake number. thats pretty funny!!!! haha
zach s on Dec 23, 2008
#8 Colbert is the president.
xerxerxex on Dec 23, 2008
-peter- on Dec 23, 2008
#13 WHAT! ARE YOU THE TARD PRESIDENT? colbert is the alien leader f00k face
gumpser on Dec 23, 2008
#16 Incorrect. Rainn Wilson is the Alien leader. Colbert is the president. Whose the "fook face" now?
fluffy on Dec 23, 2008
Darrin on Dec 23, 2008
LOOKS GREAT AND FUNNY AS ANYTING PLUS IM 23
Darren on Dec 23, 2008
to see alex billington praising a DWA movie means its good.
aldighno on Dec 23, 2008
The War Room, from "Dr. Strangelove"! Cool 🙂
Not You on Dec 23, 2008
Colbert is the President Rainn Wilson is the alien leader.
not yo mommas cat on Dec 23, 2008
The Scorpions, Sweet!
Bob on Dec 23, 2008
tzarinna on Dec 23, 2008
Would probably be better without audio. Some real groaners in that trailer. The CGI looks really good though.
Puke on Dec 23, 2008
funniest stuff ive seen all day NINJA *CRACK* lol best part
Eric on Dec 24, 2008
16, if theres something funnier than someone who thinks he knows what hes talking about, its someone who yells at others, and thinks he is correct to do so. Colbert = President Wilson = alien leader gumpser = idiot
Al on Dec 24, 2008
my god Seth Rogen is hillarious!!
Padme on Dec 24, 2008
WOW! That trailer looks more than solid. It's outstanding! That's going to be huge at the box office. Whenever you get great animation plus a mix of cute, lovable charcters with loads of funny material to say, then you have a movie with a ton of appeal for both parents and the kids. Ka- Ching!!!
matt on Dec 24, 2008
Keith on Dec 25, 2008
This will be yet another disappointment from DWA.
J on Dec 25, 2008
No way 31!!!! This looks like its going to deliver. We've never heard a story like this before. This is a truly ORIGINAL IDEA. For once no remakes here or sequels here. This is totally fresh and I like what I see. I love that line near the end with the blob saying: "Sorry, I was just looking at this bird over there..." - funny as hell when they use in the scene.
Conrad on Dec 25, 2008
Yeah 32, it doesn't sound anything like a team of mismatched superheroes fighting off an evil genius and his giant robots like in The Incredibles or a multitude of other movies, and the whole idea of funny monsters has never been used in any other movie like Monsters, Inc. or Shrek. Seriously, though, it looks pretty entertaining.
scm1000 on Dec 27, 2008
this trailer turned out pretty good. Looks interesting; video rental.
Eric on Dec 28, 2008
started out great ended badly : ( still want to see it though my little nephews would love it.....
neonblue on Dec 28, 2008
I find this movie wierd and awkward from all I've seen and I dought I'll go see it in theaters. Though from what I've heard it might actually do good, in that case I'll grab my popcorn and 3-D glasses and head on over to my local theater! 🙂
Catz2 on Dec 29, 2008
It was funny, though I hope the real thing will be funnier.
Somni on Jan 6, 2009
this movie looks okay ill see about it
louis on Jan 8, 2009
WOW! That trailer looks more than solid. It's outstanding! That's going to be huge at the box office. I love that line near the end with the blob saying: "Sorry, I was just looking at this bird over there…"
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This movie looks great! I will definitely see it. Thanks for the trailer.
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Used go kart on Apr 29, 2010
That trailer looks more than solid. It's outstanding! That's going to be huge at the box office.
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