Trailer Simon Brew Feb 12, 2013
Warner Bros has stuck its foot down on the promotional push for Bryan Singer's upcoming Jack The Giant Slayer, presumably keen to make its mark before Disney starts the heavy promo work for Sam Raimi's Oz, The Great And Powerful. Both films do seem to be targeting a similar audience, after all.
Jack The Giant Slayer is out first though, and to keep the film at the forefront of peoples' minds, a new full trailer for the film has just been released. Get ready then for Nicholas Hoult, Ewan McGregor and a rather big beanstalk.
Here's the trailer, and the movie arrives at the start of March...
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