Wow. I thought I had questions last time we saw a trailer for Oblivion, but those questions are just compounded by this new trailer. We have lots of new footage of Jack Harper’s (Tom Cruise) life when he’s not flying futuristic helicopters, riding futuristic motor cycles or wielding futuristic guns. He’s shooting hoops old school and enjoying nature. I must say, this trailer has me really excited to see this movie!
Trailer: Oblivion – Official #3 (2013)
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And here are the posters.
I am really excited to see this play out on the big screen. It looks like the action and the pretty scenery will be well balanced to make a fun movie.
Oblivion, starring Tom Cruise, Morgan Freeman, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Olga Kurylenko, Andrea Riseboroug and Melissa Leo, is slated to hit IMAX theaters on April 12, and in standard theaters April 19, 2013. »
- Jess Orso
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