Watch: Patriotic 'Red Dawn' Trailer and Lady Wolverines Featurette
"Boys, I want you to go to war, or die trying." We're just over a week away from seeing America taken over by a dangerous threat in the remake of Red Dawn starring Chris Hemsworth, Josh Peck, Josh Huthcerson, Adrianne Palicki, Isabel Lucas, Connor Cruise (son of Tom Cruise) and Jeffrey Dean Morgan. It should be a fun Thanksgiving feast of action and explosions, and if you need anymore convincing, there's a new patriotic trailer with a spirited rendition of the Star Spangled Banner. In addition, there's also a quick featurette focusing on the Lady Wolverines of our ragtag revolutionary team. Watch!
Here's the new patriotic trailer for Dan Bradley's Red Dawn remake, originally from MSN:
And here's the "Lady Wolverines" featurette, from the official Red Dawn YouTube page:
A group of teenagers living in America look to save their town from an invasion of North Korean soldiers.
Red Dawn (2012) is directed by longtime stunt-man turned second unit director (Quantum of Solace, MI: Ghost Protocol, The Bourne Legacy) turned director Dan Bradley, making his feature debut with this film. The screenplay, based on the story by Kevin Reynolds, was written by Carl Ellsworth (Red Eye, Disturbia, Last House on the Left) and Jeremy Passmore (The Cleaner). This was filmed back in 2009, but delayed and the villain altered. FilmDistrict will be finally releasing Red Dawn in theaters on November 21st this fall.
I think i just threw up in my mouth a little bit . . . .
muddy on Nov 13, 2012
Film-Book.com on Nov 13, 2012
I really like both Chris Hemsworth and Jeffrey Dean Morgan but I just can't get over the fact that frickin' North Korea are the invaders. That's just ridiculous!
no one on Nov 14, 2012
Yeah, it should have been New Zealand. They are invading Australia right now. Gotta watch those little parasitic third world joke nations.
Mike on Dec 16, 2012
America taken over by... a dangerous threat. Something tells me you guys think this is as silly as the rest of us
Richie G on Nov 14, 2012
replace the absurd premise that its North Korea (lols). I actually really like that trailer...use of the anthem and cuts to the bits of dialogue worked really well together.
Ayotunde Afolabi on Nov 14, 2012
This movie will disappear to video after a week.
castingcouch on Nov 14, 2012
So North Korea invaded USA for the Shale Oil?
Dhiram on Nov 14, 2012
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