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'John Carter of Mars' First Trailer Is Challenging

April 18, 2011 (7:42 am) GMT
Admitting that he has seen the first trailer for the Andrew Stanton-directed film, Taylor Kitsch believes that people will have a hard time to find out what the video is about.

has opened up about his upcoming film "John Carter of Mars". Speaking in an interview with MTV, the actor of "" admitted he had seen the trailer, saying "I saw the official trailer hours ago."

As he had seen the trailer, Taylor believed that it will be difficult to comprehend. "Man, I would love to get going and tell you everything about it," he said. "All I'll say is, good luck piecing it together. You're going to be like, 'How the f**k does this all fit together?' " He further added, "And there's a lot of heart in it too, to say the least. Yeah, I'm excited about it."

During the interview, Taylor also shared how he felt towards the Andrew Stanton-helmed film. "We're doing some fun little pickups right now," so he said. "[I'm] over the moon. We are just ... it's a special film. It's going to be a good ride. I'm pumped!"

"John Carter of Mars" revolves around the title character, who finds himself a prisoner of Martian inhabitants. Set on the wounded planet of Mars where warrior tribes and exotic desert beings live, the film has Andrew Stanton helming the production. Meanwhile, , , , and are among other actors joining the movie, which will hit U.S. theaters on March 9, 2012.


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