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'Friday the 13th' to Get Teaser Trailer at San Diego Comic Con

July 1, 2008 (4:14 am) GMT
It has been reported that Warner Bros. Pictures and New Line Cinema will release the teaser trailer to Marcus Nispel-directed horror film at the 2008 San Diego Comic Con in July.

Rumor has it that Warner Bros. Pictures and New Line Cinema have planned to release a teaser trailer to their latest horror movie project, "", anytime soon. Giving a shed of light to the speculation, Bloody Disgusting have confirmed that the teaser of the slasher movie is most likely to come out in late July.

The online publication noted that the production houses of the remake to the 1980 horror slasher movie have scheduled to tease fans with video footages from the forthcoming film at 2008 San Diego Comic Con, which will be held from July 24 to 27. Nevertheless, an official release date for the compilation of clips has yet being shared.

Following once again the story of the masked serial slasher, Jason Voorhees, "Friday the 13th" will resolve around a group of counselors, who become target of the hockey-masked murderer when they are working on reopening a camp for special need kids. The movie directed by Marcus Nispel features the likes of , Derek Mears, , and many others. It has finished its principal photography and will be screened in theaters on February 13, 2009.

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