Monsters vs. Aliens – “richtiger” Trailer

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Nachdem Renington den Trailer von derdemden Comic Con zeigte und ich wahrscheinlich nur wenige Sekunden zu spät darauf klickte, um festzustellen, dass es wieder offline war, hier der Trailer (in muchos besseros Qualitätos):


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Ich bin gerade so am feiern!

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  1. Turntablerocker

    Intru3D? Woooooooow!

  2. SpielerZwei

    Sehr schön. Aber: bezieht sich das 3D-Geschwurbel auf den Produktionsprozess oder kommt der wirklich in 3D ins Kino?

  3. justus_jonas

    Wirklich in 3D. Natürlich nur in IMAX.

  4. Benni

    At the request of Paramount, we have pulled the trailer. It will return again (officially) on Thursday.

    arggghhhh

  5. furbolg

    sieht nett aus. glaube nicht, dass pixar qualität erreicht wird.

  6. Björn

    schön interlaced

  7. Moe

    Und was hat das jetzt mt der Wahl zu tun?

    just kidiing ;)
    lohnen sich solche 3D-Vorsellungen nicht? habe leider kein Imax in der nähe um sowas mal testen zu können.

  8. Becks from TheJunction

    Ah das sind dann wohl die ersten auf 3D ausgelegten Filme von denen die Branche seit gefühlten 2 Jahren spricht (auch wenn es schon lange Imax etc gibt) ^^

  9. UniversimAc

    und schwupps is er wieder weg…

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