Must Watch: Full Theatrical Trailer for 'Rango' with Johnny Depp

December 14, 2010
Source: Yahoo

Rango Trailer

Yeehaw! Paramount has debuted the second full theatrical trailer on Yahoo for Gore Verbinski's Rango, the upcoming animated comedy starring Johnny Depp as a chameleon named Rango. As fantastic as that first teaser looked earlier in the summer, this one is so much better and shows us so much more of the story this time around. More actors providing voices in this include: Bill Nighy, Timothy Olyphant, Isla Fisher, Abigail Breslin, Alfred Molina and Ray Winstone. This really looks wonderful, the animation, the story, the Fear & Loathing-ness of Depp's character, it all looks great, I truly can't wait to see it. Check out the trailer below!

Watch the full theatrical trailer for Gore Verbinski's Rango from YouTube:

You can also watch the new Rango trailer in High Definition on Yahoo

Rango is being directed by filmmaker Gore Verbinski, of The Mexican, The Ring, The Weather Man, and all three Pirates of the Caribbean movies. The script was written by John Logan (Gladiator, The Last Samurai, The Aviator, Sweeney Todd) based on a story by Verbinski and James Ward Byrkit. ILM is animating using "cutting edge techniques" that "allow [them] to capture and translate every aspect of Johnny's performance, using it to drive the computer-generated character in a way that has yet to be seen." Paramount is bringing Rango to theaters on March 4th, 2011 next spring. Visit the official website as well:

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Much Better trailer.

Ryn on Dec 14, 2010


OMG loots brilliant, a bit more artzy than most of these films. Can't wait 🙂

Neil on Dec 14, 2010


Personally, this looks a bit weak...

DMan on Dec 14, 2010


The animation looks great, no doubt, but sadly this trailer didn't even get a chuckle out of me. For me, it also lacks an adorable and fluffy character for the d'aww factor and the heart and warmth of most other animated movies. I'll still watch it, though, in hopes of eating my words.

SuicidalOptimist on Dec 14, 2010


Wow. This looks so good. And the graphics are lightyears better than anything Pixar has made so far. Damn. This looks like it will be way better than Cars 2. Go Rango!

David on Dec 14, 2010


yep agree with #1

A5J4DX on Dec 14, 2010


Lookin Good

MiKe M? on Dec 14, 2010


#4, I'm actually glad there isn't some "awww cute" character in this-- lets me know instantly that this wasn't about any kind of child bait and hook by the filmmaker. The motives look to be on a different level. Groovy.

Cracky on Dec 14, 2010


Made me laugh!!!!!= D I'm still smiling! And even better my little ones will be smiling too!!!! This looks GREAT!! I cant wait!! Johnny depp is golden!! We have been waiting awhile for this one and it looks like it will be worth it !!! Godspeed my friends~ P.S. this one is for the kids so all the haters need to take a breath and back off!!!!

Vision of Loveliness on Dec 14, 2010


Nice use of Mumford and Sons' "Little Lion Man!" English Folk Rock FTW!!!!! Alex why didn't you list Mouse Hunt? That was one of the best physical comedies of the late 90's Nathan Lane and Lee Evans were brilliant. I'm most definitely seeing this.

Xerxex on Dec 14, 2010


way to not know mumford and sons, it roll away your stone, c'mon

Andlee97 on Feb 5, 2011


also look at who wrote the screenplay! John Logan wrote some damn good movies.

Xerxex on Dec 14, 2010


Nice trailer. Hey, isn't this 'Awake My Soul' not ' Little Lion Man' by Mumford and Sons? Just wonderin'

jura on Dec 14, 2010


I smell a legend of guardians fail

ert on Dec 14, 2010


awzome 😀

DaftPUNKFAN on Dec 14, 2010


It is "Roll Away Your Stone" Jura, I was trying to find the song right after I posted my I'm pretty sure it is "Roll Away Your Stone." I think.

Xerxex on Dec 14, 2010

17 looks so lame....i don't what about u....but there is so much common with pirates and verbinski...LAME !!!

dawko on Dec 14, 2010


Umm, no thanks...

McQueen on Dec 14, 2010


Looks kinda fun. Netflix.

dRailer on Dec 14, 2010


i feel asleep watching this trailer

Spider94 on Dec 14, 2010


looks pretty, but was kinda lame. didn't laugh at all. I might still give it a chance

Nic on Dec 14, 2010


@david I wouldn't say that. It does look good but its not pixar

????? on Dec 14, 2010


wait... a "Fievel Goes West" for the new generation!!! IM SOOOO IN

DoomCanoe on Dec 14, 2010


....the teaser is much much more interesting than this.

TumM on Dec 15, 2010


I think it looks great! Johnny Depp channeling Don Knotts!

kitano0 on Dec 15, 2010


#10 Exactly. Mousehunt is insanely underrated. The slapstick is hilarious and very well-crafted. It really shows what Verbinski had in store. Why not list the film that introduced him into the industry? As for Rango, the trailer looks great and the movie looks like a great break from the norm.

AJ on Dec 15, 2010


Thank you AJ, Mouse Hunt is criminally underrated. Any Nathan Lane comedy is good, especially one with physical comedy. So many people ignore its brilliance.

Xerxex on Dec 15, 2010


Xerxex, yup it's definetely 'Roll Away Your Stone', was listening to the mumfords on the way home and realised it 🙂 nice choice of music

jura on Dec 15, 2010


Great song, Mumford and Sons for the win!

Xerxex on Dec 15, 2010


really happy that Mumford and Sons is getting some attention. Really want the album they cut in India to come out.

Kent Lundblad on Dec 15, 2010


Lame? uh not at all. On the contrary, it looks cool as hell. Amazing talent. involved with this one. It was hilarious!

Elyse Newton on Dec 15, 2010


great cast, and looks pretty funny. Definitely a strong contender for my maybe list.

Tenacious V on Dec 15, 2010


the song is roll away your stone.. just clearing it up because alot are wondering.:)

Mlkimmie on Jul 24, 2011

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