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‘Gods & Monsters’ Movie Gets First Trailer (Video)

Introduction

The next big thing in filmmaking, that’s all about the future.

The world is heading to the stars and you’re the only one who can save it.

If you’ve been watching The Godfather, you’re familiar with this, as it’s been adapted for film and TV by Quentin Tarantino.

The trailer for the Godfather: Part III: The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, which will arrive on Blu-ray and DVD on March 22, 2015, shows off the latest installment of the movie’s trilogy and introduces the new cast members.

There’s not much to look at in the trailer other than the title, which makes it all but clear that this is the beginning of a new era for the franchise, which, for better or worse, has long been in a period of flux.

It also looks like the new film will be more faithful to Tarantino’s original vision than his other films, which have been criticized for being overly stylized and over-dramatic.

The first trailer for The Godforsaken comes with a few shots of a man walking down a road and another shot of a woman walking through a field.

One of the most notable shots in the clip is a shot of the woman standing next to a baby.

Tarantino has been a vocal critic of the “pregame” approach to his movies, saying that it was a “big mistake” to take the “crappy” style of his movies and put it into a pre-existing screenplay.

The problem with pre-writes, however, is that they tend to “overdo it,” as he put it.

This movie, however is more like a post-write, where it has Tarantino completely reworked the screenplay.

As he explained in a Reddit AMA, the Godfords new take on the franchise will be “much more cinematic, with less dialogue, and more action.”

We’ll find out how the story progresses in The Godforged when it debuts on March 24, 2015. [The Wrap]

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