Watchmen featurette a cruel reminder of film we’ll never see


A brand new featurette on the story and characters of Watchmen has landed online, which only rubs salt into the wound considering IT’S NEVER COMING OUT!!!

Of course it’s coming out. It’s gotta come out. It’s gotta come out. It’s gotta come out. It’s gotta come out. Please God, let it come out. Let it come out. Let it come out. Let it come out let it come out let it come outletitcomeoutletitcomeoutletitcomeoutletitcomeout.

Anyway, this is a great video for those unfamiliar with the Watchmen universe. Director Zach Snyder takes us through the basic themes of the comic/film, as well as the different characters.

Please let it come out.

Alright, that’s it. Everyone, we’re walking to Warner Bros and taking the film off of them by force. Come on, we can watch it at my house. I’ll meet everyone in Los Angeles this evening. I’m grabbing my coat right now. Seeya there everyone!

If that doesn’t work, Watchmen opens (maybe) March 6th 2009.

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One Response to “Watchmen featurette a cruel reminder of film we’ll never see”

  1. Screw Fox.For a movie house to make just a single hit film in an entire year and to then pull this kind of stunt reeks of bulls^&t.Marley & Me. The $100m+ surprise that was just freakin' lucky it came out over the holidays with no competition apart from Bedtime Stories from Adam Sandler.Let's have a look at some of Fox's other 2008 films that could be deemed successful…- Horton Hears A Who- What Happens in VegasAnd now, the other surefire smash hits that descended on theatres with all the force of a stillborn…- The Happening- Australia- Meet the SpartansWow.2009 looks to be another mighty year for Rupert Murdoch’s go-to guys… we have:* Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakuel* Tooth Fairy* The Fantastic Mr. Fox* They Came from Upstairs* Night at the Museum 2: Battle of the Smithsonian* X-Men Origins: Wolverine* Dragonball Evolution* Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-LiWowee.

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