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TV Spots from 10,000 B.C.

Published January 24, 2008 in Movie Trailers
By Ryan Parsons | Image property of Warner Bros. Pictures.
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Quick update coming at all you adventure lovers for 10,000 B.C.. Though I was absolutely geeked on this film after watching both the teaser and feature trailer, I must admit that I'm somewhat vexed. The film is looking more and more like a Stargate by the day -- which isn't necessarily bad, mind you -- and Warner Bros doesn't seem all that willing to show off too much from the film. Take a look at the five new TV spots for example.

10,000 B.C. TV Spots

When you are given five new TV trailers for a film you would have to see a bunch of footage you haven't seen before. The first four TV spots to pop up at TrailerAddict for 10,000 B.C. all look similar. Hell, I think the only difference is some of the narration and 'verb choice.' (you'll know what I mean when you watch 'em)

The sabertooth tigers, which I thought looked a little too CG in the feature trailer, don't get some added attention here either. Has Warner Bros. improved on these effects at all? If they have, they sure aren't showing it.

The fifth TV spot for the film is the most unique and does feature some cool new footage involving the film's primary beast, the mammoth.

Check out the TV spots for 10,000 BC at TrailerAddict.

10,000 BC opens to theatres on March 7th.

For the trailers, posters and more movie info, go to the 10,000 BC Movie Page.
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