Alluring Trailer of 'The Spirit' Arrives
Not long after the release of "The Spirit" teaser trailer, the seductive ladies in the upcoming Will Eisner's comic strips adaptation have been introduced through the film's character posters. Yet, the posters didn't unveil much about each character. Now, fans can get in touch with each of the attractive women through the film's trailer.
The compilation of clips focuses on the relationship between the masked crime-fighter and the seductive women around him, especially with Sand Saref, Ellen Dolan, Lorelei and Silken Floss. Through it, fans and viewers alike can see how these ladies who have different motives in mind seduce The Spirit with their beauty and personality. From this trailer, fans can also get a real glimpse into 'The Octopus'.
"Spirit" is another adaptation movie from filmmaker Frank Miller. It follows the story of a rookie cop coming back from the dead as a crime-fighter known as 'The Spirit'. His missions are to eliminate crimes from Central City and to bring down his archnemesis, the Octopus. Along the way, he has to face a line of beautiful ladies who have different intentions with him.
Starring Gabriel Macht, Samuel L. Jackson, Eva Mendes, Sarah Paulson, Jaime King and Scarlett Johansson, the action movie will be distributed by LionsGate Film on Christmas Day, December 25, 2008.
"The Spirit" Trailer:
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