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Paramount Pictures has sent us a few stills from the upcoming animated movie "Beowulf" which will open in traditional theaters and in IMAX 3D on November 16, 2007.
Just because it's animated, and it's done by Robert Zemeckis (who did "The Polar Express" using the same, but less refined, animation technique) don't assume that this is a kid's movie! As proof, you only need to view the "Red Band" trailer, which contains material not approved for general trailer release. Traditionally, theaters do not run Red Band trailers, but we've seen a few examples recently of movies distributing them on the Internet instead. (See this announcement of the Red Band trailer for Shoot 'Em Up)
While a YouTube-sized version has been floating around since Comic-Con, the studio has now put an official age-restricted web site up for such materials. Plus, they have included a 720p HD version of the Red Band trailer for your (over-18) viewing pleasure.
Personally, I don't see what the fuss is about, as it's animated, and you're not really seeing anything more of Angelina Jolie's character than you did of Rebecca Romijn's body-painted Mystique from the X-Men movies. Maybe I missed something...
Anyway, we have photos and the posters for the movie on the Photo Galleries page (click the Read link below), as well as links to the trailer on our Trailers & Videos page.
The regular-access web site also contains desktop wallpapers, AIM icons, and other information related to the movie, so be sure to check that out as well if you're interested in more information about the movie.
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