One More Trailer for 'The Last Witch Hunter' Movie with Vin Diesel
"None of this is real… You are in a trap!" Flame sword activated! My goodness this looks like an awful mess. Universal has debuted another new trailer for Breck Eisner's The Last Witch Hunter, starring Vin Diesel as "Kaulder" the last witch hunter, which has been delayed for years. We've featured two trailers for this previously, but this one is an obvious desperate attempt to sell this hunk of junk to as many people as possible. Selfies, flaming swords, Vin Diesel in front of a sexy car? Come on. Is that car even in the movie? Hopefully this is the last trailer we'll ever have to post for this, I'm ready to move on and forget it already.
Here's the newest trailer for Breck Eisner's The Last Witch Hunter, direct from Universal's YouTube:
The Last Witch Hunter is directed by Breck Eisner (The Crazies) and written by Melisa Wallack (Dallas Buyers Club, Meet Bill) and Cory Goodman (Priest). In the film, Vin Diesel (Furious 7) plays an immortal witch hunter named Kaulder who partners with his natural enemy, a female witch (Rose Leslie of "Game of Thrones"), to stop the covens of New York City from unleashing a plague on humanity. Elijah Wood and Michael Caine also star in the film which Lionsgate will release in theaters this fall starting October 23rd. You can see the first teaser trailer for this movie here. For additional updates, follow @LastWitchHunter.
Reader Feedback - 8 Comments
Looks like a hot mess, but interesting premise. I'll likely see it, just won't pay more than the AMC pre-noon non 3D/IMAX pricing ^_^
VAharleywitch on Sep 18, 2015
jsmooth on Sep 19, 2015
Because Hansel And Gretel Witch Hunters was such a successful blockbuster? Plus, Vin Diesel.
cuckoozey on Sep 18, 2015
it actually was Hansel And Gretel Witch Hunters made 226 million WW on a 50 million budget and is getting a sequel
HG2012 on Sep 21, 2015
What?! Fire sword!!~ // I hope Wood's character dies in a spectacular fashion.
DAVIDPD on Sep 18, 2015
That was quite confusing, but fun enough
Carpola on Sep 21, 2015
In this era of cinematic HBO and Netflix TV shows, I can't imagine doing this type of dark horror material any more unless you go with R rated violence. I wonder why they keep making these cheesy Frankenstein/Dracula style projects with endless waves of bloodless deaths. I mean even crappy R-rated horror movies make money so someone should try making a higher priced good quality horror movie and see what happens.
bumboclot on Sep 21, 2015
Looks like utter crap. This has box office flop written all over it.
Firefly15 on Sep 22, 2015
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