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'Astro Boy' Unleashes Full Trailer

August 12, 2009 (3:12 am) GMT
Go on a journey with a young robot with incredible powers as he gains new friends, gets into troubles and discovers what he is capable of achieving.

Summit Entertainment has finally come up with a full trailer for its upcoming "". Found at MSN, the two-minute more sneak peek provides a look at the construction of Astro Boy, the first meeting between the robot boy and Cora, and the danger Astro has to face when President Stone lays his eyes on him. It also gives a taste of the comedic touch given to the CGI animated feature.

Set in futuristic Metro City, "Astro Boy" tells the story of a young robot with incredible powers. He is created by a brilliant scientist to replace the son he has lost, but when the scientist finds out the robot couldn't mend his grieving heart, he sends Astro Boy away. Alone and rejected, the young robot embarks on a journey in search of acceptance where he experiences betrayal and gets into a netherworld of robot gladiators, before he finally returns to save Metro City and reconcile with the scientist.

An adaptation of Osamu Tezuka's classic manga, the animation movie comes from "" helmer David Bowers. Penned by Timothy Harris, it features the voice of as the titular character Astro Boy, as Dr. Tenma, as President Stone and as Cora among many others. It will be distributed in U.S. theaters on October 23.

"Astro Boy" Trailer:



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