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Three Brand New TV Spots for 'The Spirit'

December 10, 2008 (2:57 am) GMT
Lionsgate have brought forward another set of television promos for their forthcoming 'The Spirit', highlighting on the tag that it is time to believe in heroes.

More TV spots are coming out in the support of "". Though each takes about 30 seconds to view, they promote the action fantasy movie from different angles. The first one, entitled "Angels and Demons", is focused on 's Ellen Dolan and ' Sand Saref as they are described to be two completely opposite of one another, one represents purity while the other is identified with sin.

The second TV spot presents the conflicts between The Spirit and his foe, Octopus. Called "Believe", the promotional video also lets out many action sequences as well as a scene with seductive Silken Floss played by . Meanwhile, the last TV spot named "Power" turns the attentions to the women in the movies. It is explained that the gorgeous ladies have thirst for power and a "thing" for The Spirit.

Centering its story on a rookie cop by the name of Denny Colt who returns from the dead, "Spirit" follows the masked hero as he strives to sweep off criminals, including his nemesis, Octopus, from Central City. Along the way, he meets a line of women seducing him out of his track for their own personal goals. It stars as Spirit and as Octopus, and will be opened in U.S. big screen on Christmas Day, December 25.



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