Must Watch: Fantastic New Trailer for The International

October 23, 2008

The International

Sony recently released an international trailer for The International starring Clive Owen and Naomi Watts. I know what you're thinking, that the first trailer was terrible, and this one won't change your mind. You're wrong. I had a good feeling that director Tom Tykwer had something hidden up his sleeves. It just didn't become clear until someone at Sony actually cut a good trailer. No scenes from Ghost Rider, no cheesy graphics, just a real glimpse at what The International is all about. I'm amazed how much of a difference one trailer can make, but that's how it goes in Hollywood. So do yourself a big favor and watch this!

Watch the international trailer for The International:

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The International is directed by German filmmaker Tom Tykwer, of Run, Lola, Run and Perfume: The Story of a Murderer previously. The original script was penned by first-time screenwriter Eric Singer. Sony Pictures is releasing The International in theaters everywhere on February 13th, 2009.

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Looks really good. Clive is the truth.

big r on Oct 23, 2008


Meh... Wouldn't be any good without Clive.

vegeta on Oct 23, 2008


You know this is going to be bad-ass cause of Clive Owen...

jman571 on Oct 23, 2008


this looks like shoot em up meets bourne identity.nice

Darrin on Oct 23, 2008


Go Clive you should have been bond man but oh well looks like you didnt need that job ne ways.

werdnafaz on Oct 23, 2008


If I'm remembering right, I thought this looked good when I saw the first trailer. Still looks good. Clive rocks.

Collin on Oct 23, 2008


I'm already there because of Clive Owen. Hell I was there before I knew about the movie 😛

Rob on Oct 23, 2008


This is a much better trailer. It is a different choice of music. The action scenes seemed tight. Just enough of the story where you can't piece it all together...definitely a VERY solid trailer.

Kyle A. Koyote on Oct 23, 2008


Eh, it's better but I'm not completely sold. Although I do agree with most everyone else that Clive Owen is what is keeping me interested in this film. We'll see.

Matt on Oct 23, 2008


Actually I liked the first trailer better but I'm game anyway. But February 12th is still so far away.... :/

c-r-u-x on Oct 24, 2008


looks like cruise`s the firm for money laundry 😉 ... count me in!

tronicIO on Oct 24, 2008


Clive Owen rocks but there's something wrong with the whole movie. Not getting the feel.

Darunia on Oct 24, 2008


Looks good! Nice to see something different for a change. Love Clive and Naomi... forget about it!

K on Oct 24, 2008


I'm not felling it either, reminding me of constant gardener

mjc on Oct 24, 2008


Looks Fabulous!!

Atomic Popcorn on Oct 24, 2008


I don't find a faceless international bank to be a terribly compelling movie villain, to be honest.

Liz on Oct 24, 2008


It doesn't look too good to me [or original] but I'm a big Clive Owen fan and he's always great in this type of role so I'll be seeing it.

Maria on Oct 24, 2008


totally there!

xerxex on Oct 24, 2008


despite the craptastic first trailer.. I was already game for it... should be fun

Dusty on Oct 24, 2008


Tom Tykwer is an auteur. He doesn't just direct films. He creates everything, every last detail. His work has multiple layers. Therefore his vision, his filming attitude and style cannot be depicted in a trailer. That applies to every trailer of the films he has made so far. The impression you have over this new trailer is good, i like it a lot too...but it's not even close to the real thing.

MajesticXIII on Oct 24, 2008


the plot looks familiar, but i love Clive Owen in almost anything. he should've been the next Bond (though i love Daniel Craig as Bond) and this shows how great he looks in action. And they filmed some scenes in Istanbul? it looks cool

HFC on Oct 26, 2008


Does anybody knows the music playing from 0:35 sec. Its totaly amazing ... plz

dc98 on Nov 9, 2008


King Arthur sucked hairy balls though....

Lance on Nov 19, 2008

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