Second Trailer for Roland Emmerich's Big 'Midway' WWII Action Movie

September 12, 2019
Source: YouTube

Midway Movie Trailer

"The Japanese are planning something bigger." "So what's the target?" Lionsgate has debuted a new full-length official trailer for Roland Emmerich's big action movie Midway, about the iconic Battle of Midway during World War II - known as "The Battle That Turned The War". The battle took place across three days in June of 1942, only six months after Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor. The United States Navy defeated an attacking fleet of the Imperial Japanese Navy near Midway Atoll, inflicting devastating damage on the main Japanese fleet. Military historian John Keegan called it "the most stunning and decisive blow in the history of naval warfare". This ensemble war action movie stars Woody Harrelson, Jake Weber, Luke Evans, Mandy Moore, Patrick Wilson, Brennan Brown, Ed Skrein, Aaron Eckhart, Alexander Ludwig, Nick Jonas, Tadanobu Asano, Dennis Quaid, Darren Criss, and Keean Johnson. Looks like it has tons of heavy action, as expected, with tons of characters to follow as they head into the battle of all battles.

Here's the full-length official trailer (+ poster) for Roland Emmerich's Midway, from Lionsgate's YouTube:

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You can also rewatch the first teaser trailer for Emmerich's Midway here, to view the original reveal again.

The story of the Battle of Midway, told by the leaders and the sailors who fought it. The movie follows the story of soldiers and aviators who persevered through the Battle of Midway, a turning point in the Pacific Theater of World War II. Midway is directed by prolific German filmmaker Roland Emmerich, director of movies The Noah's Ark Principle, Making Contact, Ghost Chase, Moon 44, Universal Soldier, Stargate, Independence Day, Godzilla, The Patriot, The Day After Tomorrow, 10000 BC, 2012, Anonymous, White House Down, Stonewall, and Independence Day: Resurgence previously. The screenplay is written by Wes Tooke (of USA's "Colony" on TV). Lionsgate will open Emmerich's Midway in theaters everywhere starting November 8th, this Veteran's Day weekend, coming up in the fall. Who's planning to see this in theaters?

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Looks awesome!!!

SteadyEddieTX on Sep 12, 2019


One of the good side of history is that it has given a lot of excuses for film industry to do whatever it wants ...

shiboleth on Sep 12, 2019


WWII never ends in Hollywood.

Michael R. Allen on Sep 12, 2019


Not only that, history has never passed and never will pass there. And we're on that unrepairable and always driving trainwreck forever ...

shiboleth on Sep 12, 2019


Impressive cast and actually looks far better than Pearl Harbour, which at first put me off Midway.

Lewis on Sep 12, 2019


This film is a case where fantastic special effects create what was once real. Care seems to have been taken to get it right sticking to actual history and maybe for the first time in film history truly depict the fantastic action.

Robert Palmar on Sep 12, 2019


Ugh, huge pass. Visually it looks like a video game.

Efterklang on Sep 12, 2019


This looks beyond fake. Hard pass.

Michael R. Allen on Sep 12, 2019


Nick Jonas? Mandy Moore? Really? Wasn't there already a movie of this same title decades ago? This one really looks like schlock and the photography is just outright ugly! I just cannot wrap my head around people making movies with this kind of dull, flat and ugly photography and releasing them. Can't they tell it's aesthetically bad? Do they even care these days? Do audiences?

thespiritbo on Sep 12, 2019


videogamish cinematography. It helps to blend in the ton of CGI

tarek on Sep 13, 2019

11 it looks to be exactly what it is...junk...for the masses...ugh!

thespiritbo on Sep 14, 2019


Wonder if the script language will include accurateness like they try with CGI? In today's PC world, derogatory names for the Japanese and posters will probably be replaced 21st C style. Of course, being that Hollywood is owned by China, maybe they'll include the harshness that the 1930-40's Japanese deserve.

Kt Stock on Oct 29, 2019

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