John Carter Trailer Premiere

IGN says

Writer-Director Andrew Stanton believes that, when it comes to marketing, more movies should "own their sh*t."

"To me, if a trailer is looking or sounding like any other trailer out there, then what you're saying to the audience is, 'My movie is just like any other movie,'" noted Stanton on the eve of the trailer premiere for his new film, the ambitious sci-fi epic John Carter. "I tend to worry that marketers are underestimating their audience, which is not what I was trained to do at PIXAR. Own what you really have. Own your sh*t."

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Crazay3216d ago

I haven't had a chance to check this out yet and I know very little of the character but I have to assume it's pretty highly anticipated with all the media hype it's getting. Anyone else out there ACTUALLY know about the source material without reading about it on Wikipedia?

alycakes3215d ago

I think it has something to do with him being from either sometime in the present or another time or like ours and he either dies or disappears into this different dimension.

darklordzor3215d ago

I have no idea how to feel about this. The trailer seemed good...but yet I feel like I have no idea what the hell is actually going on. I can't figure out why he's fighting, who exactly he's fighting, or anything. I'm worried.

Crazay3215d ago

Are you actually familiar with any of the details of the story? I know I'm not and I'd really rather hear something from someone who is a fan of the series/story.

darklordzor3215d ago

Nope, I haven't read any of the books. I keep meaning to but other books always pop up and keep me from it.

That's why I'm so disappointed in this trailer. I love sci-fi action movies, but I've got no idea what the hell is going on here.

StarWarsFan3215d ago

It reminds me of Prince Of Persia, just on a different planet.