Another Mesmerizing 'Cloud Atlas' TV Trailer + DGA Credit Update
by Alex Billington
October 8, 2012
"I believe there is another world waiting for us, a better world." Another new TV spot for Cloud Atlas! And like the first one, this one includes another quote from my review. (Note: I had no idea they would be using my quotes, I just wrote that review from the heart.) This new TV spot for the Wachowskis' & Tykwer's "cinematic revelation" Cloud Atlas comes in at a full 60-seconds, and proves Warner Bros is very happy and confident with this movie, they just want it to find an audience (so do I). The Film Stage also quotes an interesting update on Directors Guild issues: "the DGA just couldn't comprehend that three directors could direct one movie." But the final credits, with a director listed for each of the six segments, is now approved.
Here's the new 60-sec TV trailer for the Wachowskis & Tom Tykwer's Cloud Atlas, from YouTube:
Cloud Atlas is the ambitious adaptation of David Mitchell's novel, co-written/directed by Andy and Lana Wachowski (Bound, The Matrix, Speed Racer) and Tom Tykwer (Run Lola Run, The International), that features six century-spanning storylines, all using the same actors playing characters across time and space. The film explores how the actions and consequences of individual lives impact one another throughout the past, the present and the future. Action, mystery and romance weave dramatically through the story as one soul is shaped from a killer into a hero and a single act of kindness ripples across centuries to inspire a revolution in the distant future. Warner Bros has Cloud Atlas set for release on October 26th this month.
everyone is thinking the same thing, whenever alex rewatches this trailer, he pauses the video when his name shows up and smile. I don't know you mr billington personally but from one movie fan to another to another, i'm truly proud and happy for you man.
me on Oct 8, 2012
this is going to be magnificent!
A5J4DX on Oct 8, 2012
Halle Berry is a terrible actress.
ff on Oct 8, 2012
I want this film to work! http://www.mediocrityisthenewgenius.com
MITNG on Oct 8, 2012
Meh. Still doesn't grab me. The Wachowski Bros interview didn't help either.
John G on Oct 9, 2012
another la la land "and they all lived happily ever after in Heaven" I wouldn't walk across the street to see a Hanks film even if you gave me a free ticket. UGH
DustyOR on Oct 9, 2012
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