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A New Trailer of Epic Miniseries 'The Pacific'

September 30, 2009 (8:34 am) GMT
Coming from the producers of 'Band of Brothers', the HBO drama witnesses the bravery of U.S. Marines during the second World War against the Japanese.

A new trailer of HBO's "" which is switching the point of view to another soldier is released. This time the promotional footage takes the focus on the dilemma suffered by the lead character Eugene Sledge while he is defending his country against Empire of Japan.

Green lit in April this year, the epic miniseries is based on the memoirs written by ex Marines Eugene "Sledgehammer" Sledge and Robert Leckie who served their country in the '40s. It tells an intertwined odysseys of three U.S. Marines Leckie, Sledge, and John Basilon from their first action at Guadalcanal, through Iwo Jima and Okinawa and the war's end in the late summer of 1945.

"This epic miniseries is based on the true stories of three Marines whose experiences in the Pacific embodied the unique nature of that theater of war, and dramatize how it profoundly differed from the European front," HBO Films President Colin Callender said.

HBO is putting this miniseries in the March 2010 slate although no date is announced yet. , and star as Sledge, Basilone and Leckie respectively while , Steven Spielberg and Gary Goetzman act as the executive producers.


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