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Submitted by Crazay 578d ago | video

Director Posts Teaser for The Wolverine Trailer

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Director James Mangold has posted a six second 'tweazer' (Twitter teaser) for the full trailer of his upcoming film The Wolverine. If you blink you might miss what looks like Famke Janssen (aka Jean Grey) in the teaser. Check it out below! (Cinema, The Wolverine)

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Crazay  +   579d ago
I can't seem to find embed code to work with this. Can anyone help me?

Nevermind. Fixed it.
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Sahil  +   579d ago
No play button on the video o_O
Crazay  +   579d ago
fixed
Sahil  +   578d ago
Cheers. Awesome find.
aDDicteD  +   578d ago
video works now.
Nice teaser, cant wait for the full trailer on wednesday
Hergula  +   578d ago
WHAT THE F*** WAS THAT?

I literally was stunned when I pressed the Play button, tha hell was that supposed to be?
StarWarsFan  +   578d ago
That's a damn good teaser at its core. Now I'm hyped for the trailer so it better come out tomorrow.
DarkBlood  +   578d ago
that teaser alone makes me want to see the movie even more, but that might be because awesome scenes thrown together in a few seconds :P
Defectiv3_Detectiv3  +   578d ago
Awesome! A 6 sec teaser for a 30 sec teaser. Are we that desperate for attention hollywood?
Sahil  +   578d ago
apparently some of us are ;)~
Defectiv3_Detectiv3  +   577d ago
Yeah, I'm a big James Mangold fan so I am kind of hoping this movie does well.
hazelamy  +   578d ago
was that Jean?

yeah it was, kinda blurry though, like it might be a flashback, or a dream.

can't wait to see the movie.

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