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Steven Spielberg’s Terra Nova and JJ. Abrams’ Super 8 TV Spots
Don’t you feel lucky? You get two for the price of one this time around as we present the trailers for Steven Spielberg’s Terra Nova and J.J. Abrams’ Super 8.
First up is Terra Nova, and you won’t even have to go to a theater if this clip whets your appetite because it’s actually a television series that will be airing on FOX in May. The show is about a group of people from the year 2149 flee a destroyed Earth by traveling to the past for a new lease on life. It sort of sounds like The Swiss Family Robinson meets Jurrasic Park and it stars Stephen Lang, the guy everyone loved to hate in Avatar.
It’s back to the theater for Super 8 and J.J. Abrams is obviously keeping a tight lid on things since this is the second trailer I’ve seen for the movie and I still don’t have a clue about what’s going on. Is it aliens? Is the thing in the train an evil monster let loose on society or an imprisoned being from another planet who is finally able to escape its government abductors? We’ve seen variations of both plots in the past so I hope Abrams has an exciting twist waiting for us… and possibly even more insight into the movie before it actually arrives in theaters on June 10th.
According to Abrams, “The Paramount Pictures release is set in Ohio in 1979 and introduces a troupe of six youngsters who are using a Super 8 camera to make their own zombie movie. One fateful night, their project takes them to a lonely stretch of rural railroad tracks and, as the camera rolls, calamity strikes — a truck collides with an oncoming locomotive and a hellacious derailment fills the night with screaming metal and raining fire. Then something emerges from the wreckage, something decidedly inhuman.”
Surprisingly, this really doesn’t give a whole lot of new info but I have faith in the guy so I’m willing to go along for the ride.