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Guillermo del Toro's 'Splice' Premiered in LA, Releasing New Internet Trailer

June 3, 2010 (9:25 am) GMT
Adrien Brody and Delphine Chaneac were seen among the film's cast members who supported the June 2 event, which saw Robert Downey Jr. as one of the celebrity guests.

Two days shy of its U.S. release, "" has been premiered in Los Angeles on Wednesday, June 2. Taking place at the Garuman's Chinese Theater in Hollywood, California, the event used black carpet to welcome the cast and crew for the film.

who takes a lead role in the film suited up in a dark-colored outfit when coming to the venue. He was joined by , who came as a guest, when posing for camera and the two looked chatty as they walked together.

Delphine Chaneac who portrays Dren, a creature resulted from the combination of human and animal's DNAs, cheered up the special screening with her fresh look. The actress donned a pale pink dress and brought a doll which looks like her "Splice" character.

Chaneac later was seen taking picture together with executive producer Guillermo del Toro and director Vincenzo Natali. Additionally, producer Joel Silver was spotted supporting the special screening. While female lead was nowhere to be seen during the black-carpet arrival, the event had some celebrities, such as and , among the guests.

Along with the Los Angeles premiere, one new sneak peek for "Splice" has also been released in form of an internet trailer. Debuted by Yahoo! Movies, the video shows the development of cloning technology before it gives preview to two scientists, Clive and Elsa, who create a new hybrid named Dren.

In the film, the pair will face their most terrifying nightmare when the deformed female infant grows into a beautiful, but deadly winged human-chimera. This thriller sci-fi will be distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures to theaters across the U.S. on June 4.

'Splice' internet trailer:


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