Full New 'Hancock' Trailer to See
Following the outing of a new trailer of the Will Smith-starrer superhero tidbit "Hancock" around April 23, a full length version of the trailer has been posted online by Columbia Pictures. The newest version of the action drama takes a little more than three minutes to be viewed overall.
Though offering mostly similar takes from the earlier trailer, this compilation of clips provide a more detailed look into what the movie is all about. Opened with the same gun fight and car chasing scenes from the first trailer, the video continues with the footage of drunk Hancock flying to the rescue. However, unlike the shorter trailer version, in this one Hancock doesn't avoid a plane in his way to catch the bad guys. Further, this trailer also gives out more about Charlize Theron and Jason Bateman's characters as well as the action scenes.
"Hancock" is a movie about an untypical superhero who doesn't care what people think resulting of him being misunderstood. But, when he comes in terms with his super power and responsibility, he faces a great challenge to prove everybody wrong. Directed by "The Run Down" helmer Peter Berg, the action film will bow in theaters on July 2.
"Hancock" Full Trailer:
UPDATE 05/02/08: Following the release of the full length trailer, a set of "Hancock" stars' video interviews has been put online. Each of the videos shows Smith, Theron and Bateman each talking about and describing their characters. Another video lets out the interview with director Peter Berg and his vision on the movie. Here below is one of the videos posted, the rest can be seen at MovieWeb.
Will Smith's Interview:
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