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Watchmen Movie Trailer 2009

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Watchmen Movie Trailer 2009

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Watchmen is a 2009 superhero film directed by Zack Snyder and starring Malin Akerman, Billy Crudup, Matthew Goode, Jackie Earle Haley, Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Patrick Wilson. It is an adaptation of the comic book of the same name by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons. Set in an alternate-history 1985, tensions heighten between the United States and the Soviet Union as a group of former vigilantes investigates an apparent conspiracy against them and uncovers something even more grandiose and sinister.

Plot

The story takes place in an alternate timeline in which masked, costumed vigilantes fight crime in America, originally in response to a rise in masked and costumed gangs and criminals. In the 1930s and ’40s, the vigilantes formed a group called the Minutemen to “finish what the law couldn’t.” The original lineup often suffered early and violent deaths in action, or became suicides, or were arrested for breaking the law themselves, or in one case was committed to an asylum. Decades later, a second generation of “superheroes” attempts to form a team as well, called the Watchmen. Various historical events are shown to have been altered by the existence of superheroes, such as the assassination of John F. Kennedy and the Vietnam War. The American victory in Vietnam, due to the intervention of the godlike being Doctor Manhattan, leads to Richard Nixon’s third term as President following the repeal of term limits in the United States. By the 1980s, however, the Watchmen have been outlawed by Nixon after an outpouring of anti-vigilante sentiment in the country, and tensions between the United States and the Soviet Union have escalated the Cold War with threats of nuclear attack.

By 1985, only three adventurers remain active: the Comedian and Doctor Manhattan, both of whom act with government sanction, and the masked vigilante Rorschach, who refuses to retire and remains active illegally. Investigating the murder of government agent Edward Blake, Rorschach discovers that Blake was the Comedian, concluding that someone is trying to eliminate the original Watchmen. He goes off to warn his former comrades—the emotionally detached Dr. Jon Osterman (Doctor Manhattan) and his lover Laurie Jupiter (Silk Spectre), Daniel Dreiberg (Nite Owl), and Adrian Veidt (Ozymandias)—but he makes little progress.

After Blake’s funeral, Dr. Manhattan is accused of causing the cancers afflicting his former girlfriend and colleagues from before the accident that turned him into the being he is now. Manhattan exiles himself to Mars, giving the Soviet Union the confidence to invade Afghanistan in his absence. Later, Rorschach’s conspiracy theory appears to be justified when Adrian, who had long since made his identity as Ozymandias public before retiring, narrowly avoids an assassination attempt, and Rorschach finds himself framed for murder.

Development

In 1986, producers Lawrence Gordon and Joel Silver acquired film rights to Watchmen for 20th Century Fox.[34] Fox asked author Alan Moore to write a screenplay based on his story, but he declined, so the studio enlisted screenwriter Sam Hamm. Hamm took the liberty of re-writing Watchmen’s complicated ending into a “more manageable” conclusion involving an assassination and a time paradox. Fox put the project into turnaround in 1991, and the project was moved to Warner Bros., where Terry Gilliam was attached to direct and Charles McKeown to rewrite it. They used the character Rorschach’s diary as a voice-over and restored scenes from the comic book that Hamm had removed. Gilliam and Silver were only able to raise $25 million for the film (a quarter of the necessary budget) because their previous films had gone overbudget. Gilliam abandoned the project because he decided that Watchmen would have been unfilmable. “Reducing [the story] to a two or two-and-a-half hour film […] seemed to me to take away the essence of what Watchmen is about,” he said. After Warner Bros. dropped the project, Gordon invited Gilliam back to helm the film independently. The director again declined, believing that the comic book would be better directed as a five-hour miniseries.

Release

Marketing

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment published an USA-only episodic video game to be released alongside the film called Watchmen: The End Is Nigh. Warner Bros. took this low-key approach to avoid rushing the game on such a tight schedule, as most games adapted from films are panned by critics and gamers.The game is set in the 1970s, and is written by Len Wein, the comic’s editor; Dave Gibbons is also an advisor. On March 4, 2009 Glu Mobile released Watchmen: The Mobile Game, a beat ’em up mobile game featuring Nite Owl and The Comedian fighting enemies in their respective settings of New York City and Vietnam. On March 6, 2009, a game for the Apple Inc. iPhone and iPod Touch platform was released, titled Watchmen: Justice is Coming. Though highly anticipated, this mobile title suffered from serious game play and network issues which have yet to be resolved.

As a promotion for the film, Warner Bros. Entertainment released Watchmen: Motion Comics, a series of narrated animations of the original comic book. The first chapter was released for purchase in the summer of 2008 on digital video stores, such as iTunes Store and Amazon Video on Demand. DC Direct released action figures based on the film in January 2009. Director Zack Snyder also set up a YouTube contest petitioning Watchmen fans to create faux commercials of products made by the fictional Veidt Enterprises. The producers also released two short video pieces online, which were intended to be viral videos designed as fictional backstory pieces, with one being a 1970 newscast marking the 10th anniversary of the public appearance of Dr. Manhattan. The other was a short propaganda film promoting the Keene Act of 1977, which made it illegal to be a superhero without government support. An official viral marketing web site, The New Frontiersman, is named after the tabloid magazine featured in the graphic novel, and contains teasers styled as declassified documents. After the trailer to the film premiered in July 2008, DC Comics president Paul Levitz said that the company had had to print more than 900,000 copies of Watchmen trade collection to meet the additional demand for the book that the advertising campaign had generated, with the total annual print run expected to be over one million copies. DC Comics reissued Watchmen #1 for the original cover price of $1.50 on December 10, 2008; no other issues are to be reprinted.

DVD releases

Tales of the Black Freighter, a fictional comic within the Watchmen limited series, was adapted as a direct-to-video animated feature from Warner Premiere and Warner Bros. Animation, and released on March 24, 2009.It was originally included in the Watchmen script, but was changed from live-action footage to animation because of the $20 million it would have cost to film it in the 300-esque stylized manner Snyder wanted; this animated version, originally intended to be included in the final cut, was then cut because the film was already approaching a three-hour running time.[65] Gerard Butler, who starred in 300, voices the Captain in the animated feature, having been promised a role in the live-action film that never materialized.Jared Harris voices his deceased friend Ridley, whom the Captain hallucinates is talking to him. Snyder had Butler and Harris record their parts together.[International rights to Black Freighter are held by Paramount.

The Tales of the Black Freighter DVD also includes Under the Hood, a documentary detailing the characters’ backstories, which takes its title from that of Hollis Mason’s memoirs in the comic book.Under the Hood is rated PG because of the friendly public image of the characters. The actors were allowed to improvise during filming interviews in character.Bolex cameras were even used to film “archive” footage of the Minutemen. The film itself is scheduled to be released on DVD four months after Tales of the Black Freighter, and Warner Bros. will release a director’s cut on July 21, 2009, and the extended version with the animated film edited back into the main picture in December.Snyder said if the film does well enough, the director’s cut will be simultaneously theatrically released in New York and Los Angeles.In addition, the Watchmen: Motion Comics, was released in digital video stores and DVD on March 3. It included an exclusive scene from the movie but as of press time (prior to the disc’s release) the scene had yet to be added.

The film was released on DVD and Blu-ray on July 21, 2009. The Blu-ray contains Maximum Movie Mode, which plays the movie along with a video presentation by director Zack Snyder, and includes behind-the-scenes footage, comic comparisons, trivia, and more. In December, 2009, an “Ultimate Collector’s Edition” will be released. The five-disc set will include the director’s cut of the film with Tales of the Black Freighter woven in, new commentaries by Zack Snyder and Dave Gibbons, the complete Watchmen Motion Comics, and over 2 hours of bonus content including Under the Hood, which was previously released on the Tales of the Black Freighter DVD.

Reception

Box office

Watchmen was released at midnight on March 6, 2009, and earned an estimated $4.6 million for the early showing, which is approximately twice as much as 300, Snyder’s previous comic book adaptation. The film earned $24,515,772 in 3,611 theaters its first day, and later finished its opening weekend grossing $55,214,334. Watchmen’s opening weekend is the highest of any Alan Moore adaptation to date, and the income was also greater than the entire box office take of From Hell, which ended its theatrical run with $31,602,566.Although the film only finished with $55 million for its opening, while Snyder’s previous adaptation 300 earned $70 million in its opening weekend, Warner Bros.’ head of distribution, Dan Fellman, believes that the opening weekend success of the two films cannot be compared due to the extended running time of Watchmen—the film comes in at 2 hours and 45 minutes, while 300 is just under 2 hours—provides the 2009 film with fewer showings a night than 300. Next to the general theaters, Watchmen pulled in $5.4 million at 124 IMAX screens, which is the third largest opening behind Star Trek and The Dark Knight.

Following its first week at the box office, Watchmen saw a significant drop in attendance. By the end of its second weekend, the film brought in $17,817,301, finishing second on that weekend’s box office. The 67.7% overall decrease is one of the highest for a major comic book movie.Losing two-thirds of its audience from its opening weekend, the film finished second for the weekend of March 13-15, 2009.The film continued to drop about 60% in almost every subsequent weekend, leaving the top ten in its fifth weekend, and the top twenty in its seventh. Watchmen crossed the $100 million mark on March 26, its twenty-first day at the box office, and finished its domestic theatrical run on May 28, having grossed $107,509,799 in 84 days.

Watchmen currently sits fourth in all time openings for the month of March, as well as the sixth largest opening for an R-rated film in North American history.It is currently the second highest grossing R-rated film of 2009, behind The Hangover. On the North American box office, Watchmen currently sits as the thirteenth highest grossing film based on a DC Comics comic book, and the sixteenth highest-grossing film of 2009.

Next to its domestic opening, Watchmen earned $26.6 million in 45 territories overseas; of these, Britain and France had the highest box office with an estimated $4.6 million and $2.5 million, respectively. Watchmen also took in approximately $2.3 million in Russia, $2.3 million in Australia, $1.6 million in Italy, and $1.4 million in Korea.As of July 21, 2009, the film has collected $75,225,483 in foreign box office, bringing its worldwide total to $182,735,282.

Reviews

The original theatrical release of the film received mixed reviews. Based on 255 reviews collected by Rotten Tomatoes, Watchmen currently has a 64% ‘fresh’ approval rating from critics, with an average score of 6.2/10.Among Rotten Tomatoes’ Top Critics, which consists of notable critics from the top newspapers, websites, television and radio programs, the film holds a ‘rotten’ overall approval rating of 42%, with an average score of 5.2/10.By comparison, Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, the film has received an average score of 56, based on 39 reviews.CinemaScore polls reported that the average grade cinemagoers gave the film was B on an A+ to F scale, and that the primary audience was older men.

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Blindness Trailer

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Blindness is a 2008 dramatic thriller film that is an adaptation of the 1995 novel of the same name by José Saramago about a society suffering an epidemic of blindness. The film is written by Don McKellar and directed by Fernando Meirelles with Julianne Moore and Mark Ruffalo as the main characters. The novel’s author originally refused to sell the rights for a film adaptation. The producers were able to acquire it with the condition that the film would be set in an unrecognizable city. Blindness premiered as the opening film at the Cannes Film Festival on May 14, 2008, and the film was released in the United States on October 3, 2008.

Plot

Blindness is the story of an unexplained mass epidemic of blindness – known only as the “White Sickness” – afflicting nearly everyone in an unnamed city, and the social breakdown that swiftly follows. The film follows the misfortunes of a handful of characters who are among the first to be stricken and centers on an ophthalmologist (Mark Ruffalo) and his wife (Julianne Moore), several of the doctor’s patients, and assorted others, thrown together by chance. This group bands together in a family-like unit to survive by their wits and by the unexplained good fortune that the doctor’s wife has escaped the blindness. The sudden onset and unexplained origin and nature of the blindness cause widespread panic, and the social order rapidly unravels as the government attempts to contain the apparent contagion and keep order via increasingly repressive and inept measures.

The first part of the film follows the experiences of the central characters in the filthy, overcrowded asylum where they and other blind people have been quarantined. Hygiene, living conditions, and morale degrade horrifically in a very short period, mirroring the society outside.

Cast

Julianne Moore as Doctor’s Wife, the only person immune to the epidemic of blindness. Her sight is kept a secret by her husband and others, though as time goes on, she feels isolated in being the only one with sight. Moore described her character’s responsibility: “Her biggest concern in the beginning is simply her husband. But her ability to see ultimately both isolates her and makes her into a leader. The director also gave Moore’s character a wardrobe that would match the actor’s skin and dyed blond hair, giving her the appearance of a “pale angel”.

Mark Ruffalo as Doctor. The doctor also becomes something of a leader; in an early scene, he reveals that he has been elected as his ward’s official representative to the rest of the community. Meirelles originally sought to cast actor Daniel Craig as Doctor, but negotiations were not finalized. Ruffalo said that his character loses the illusion of his self-perspective and perceives his wife as being a person he could aspire to. Ruffalo said, “That’s a very difficult moment for anybody, to have all their perceptions completely shattered, but I think the Doctor finally comes to a peace about his inabilities and his downfall, and admits to an admiration for his wife’s strengths.” The actor wore a layer of makeup to appear older and also wore contact lenses to be blind while having his eyes open. The actor said of the experience as a blind character, “At first it’s terrifying and then it’s frustrating and then it gets quiet… we’re tormented by our eyesight… you don’t know this until you go blind… As an actor I suddenly felt free.”

Danny Glover as Man with Black Eye Patch. Glover described his character, “The Man with the Black Eye Patch comes into this new world of blindness already half blind, so I think he understands where he is within his own truth, within himself. I did feel like this character was very much like Saramago because he is completely unapologetic—he is who he is and he accepts who he is.” Glover explained his involvement with the role, “When you are blind you try to adopt another kind of sensitivity, so this role is definitely a challenge from a physical point of view.”

Gael García Bernal as Bartender/King of Ward 3, one of the film’s villains. In defiance of the doctor’s democratic election as leader of his ward, the bartender immediately declares himself “King of Ward 3” and gains immediate popularity from his “subjects” by prioritizing food over his ward’s community responsibilities such as burying the dead. He somehow obtains a gun and uses it to bully the other wards by controlling the food supply. Meirelles followed the advice of Brazilian stage director Antunes Filho and changed the character from the novel by making him more ambiguous, explaining, “In the book, he is really a mean guy, terribly evil from the beginning… but I thought it was more interesting to have him be not evil but more like a child with a gun.” Bernal described the result of his character, “I think the King is just very practical, very pragmatic. He appears cold because he is not an idealist and does not see hope, but he is a survivor, the same as all the others.” He meets his end when the Doctor’s Wife kills him with a pair of medical scissors to the neck. His death marks the point when Ward 1 takes back control, with the Doctor’s Wife’s threat of for every day they go with out food, one of the men dies.

Maury Chaykin as Accountant, who becomes the other villain when he helps the King of Ward 3 bully the members of the other wards. Because he has been blind since birth, the Accountant is much more used to relying on his other senses, which gives him a major advantage over the other prisoners; he assumes control over Ward 3 and the food supplies for the community after the King is murdered.

Alice Braga as Woman with Dark Glasses. Braga described her character as mysterious, believing, “While she does sleep with men because it is easy money, I did not want to treat her purely as a prostitute. She starts out quite tough, but she develops very strong maternal feelings.” Meirelles explained that the character’s glasses and cascading hair gave her a cold appearance, but through her scenes with the orphaned Boy with the Squint, she develops warmth.

Secondary characters include:

Don McKellar as Thief. McKellar, who wrote the screenplay for the film, had also acted in the past and was cast as the character. The screenwriter described the Thief, “I like the trick where you think the Thief is a bad guy. He’s a pathetic character you first believe is the villain of the piece and then you realize that, no, he’s not even close to that. There’s something charming about his desperation because, after a point, you meet the King of Ward Three and learn what real desperation is.”

Sandra Oh as Minister of Health.

Yusuke Iseya as First Blind Man.

Yoshino Kimura as First Blind Man’s Wife.

Mitchell Nye as Boy.

Susan Coyne as Receptionist.

Martha Burns as Woman with Insomnia.

Leonardo Magalhaes as a blind Boy who is the leader of a blind gang of starving kids.

Director Fernando Meirelles chose an international cast. Producer Niv Fichman explained Meirelles’s intent: “He was inspired by [Saramago’s] great masterwork to create a microcosm of the world. He wanted it cast in a way to represent all of humanity.”

Production

Development

The rights to the 1995 novel Blindness were closely guarded by author José Saramago.Saramago explained, “I always resisted because it’s a violent book about social degradation, rape, and I didn’t want it to fall into the wrong hands.” Director Fernando Meirelles had wanted to direct a film adaptation of Blindness in 1997, perceiving it as “an allegory about the fragility of civilization”. Saramago originally refused to sell the rights to Meirelles, Whoopi Goldberg, or Gael García Bernal.In 1999, producer Niv Fichman and Canadian screenwriter Don McKellar visited Saramago in the Canary Islands. Saramago allowed their visit on condition that they not discuss buying the rights. McKellar explained the changes he intended to make from the novel and what the focus would be, and two days later he and Fichman left Saramago’s home with the rights. McKellar believed they had succeeded where others had failed because they properly researched Saramago; he was suspicious of the film industry and had therefore resisted other studios’ efforts to obtain the rights through large sums of money alone. Conditions set by Saramago were for the film to be set in a country that would not be recognizable to audiences, and that the canine in the novel, the Dog of Tears, should be a big dog.

Meirelles originally envisioned directing the film in Portuguese similar to the novel’s original language, but instead directed the film in English, believing, “If you do it in English you can sell it to the whole world and have a bigger audience.” A change that the director pursued was placing the film in a contemporary setting, as opposed to the novel that he estimated took place in the 1930s or 1940s. Meirelles chose to make a contemporary film so audiences could relate to the characters. The director also sought a different allegorical approach. He described the novel as “very allegorical, like a fantasy outside of space, outside the world”, and he instead took a naturalistic direction in engaging audiences to make the film less “cold”.

Writing

Don McKellar said about adapting the story, “None of the characters even have names or a history, which is very untraditional for a Hollywood story. The film, like the novel, directly addresses sight and point of view and asks you to see things from a different perspective.” McKellar wrote the script so audiences would see the world through the eyes of the protagonist, the doctor’s wife. He sought to have them question the humanity of how she observes but does not act in various situations, including a rape scene. The screenwriter consulted the author about why the wife took so long to act. McKellar noted, “He said she became aware of the responsibility that comes with seeing gradually, first to herself, then to her husband, then to her small family, then her ward, and finally to the world where she has to create a new civilization.” The screenwriter wrote out the “actions and circumstances” that would allow the wife to find her responsibility. While the completed script was mostly faithful to the novel, McKellar went through several drafts that were not. One such saw him veer away from the novel by creating names and backstories for all the characters. Another significantly changed the chronology. Only after these abortive attempts did McKellar decide to cut the backstories and focus primarily on the doctor and his wife. He attempted to reconnect with what originally drew him to the novel: what he called its “existential simplicity”. The novel defines its characters by little more than their present actions; doing the same for the adaptation became “an interesting exercise” for McKellar

McKellar attended a summer camp for the blind as part of his research. He wanted to observe how blind people interacted in groups. He discovered that excessive expositional dialogue, usually frowned upon by writers, was essential for the groups. McKellar cut one of the last lines in the novel from his screenplay: “I don’t think we did go blind, I think we are blind. Blind but seeing. Blind people who can see, but do not see.” McKellar believed viewers would by that point have already have grasped the symbolism and didn’t want the script to seem heavy-handed. He also toned down the visual cues in his screenplay, such as the “brilliant milky whiteness” of blindness described in the novel. McKellar knew he wanted a stylistically-adept director and didn’t want to be too prescriptive, preferring only to hint at an approach.

Filming and casting

Meirelles chose São Paulo as the primary backdrop for Blindness, though scenes were also filmed in Osasco, São Paulo,Guelph, Ontario, Canada and Montevideo, Uruguay. With all the characters aside from Julianne Moore’s character being blind, the cast was trained to simulate blindness. The director also stylized the film to reflect the lack of point-of-view that the characters would experience. Meirelles said several actors he talked to were intimidated by the concept of playing characters without names: “I offered the film to some actors who said, ‘I can’t play a character with no name, with no history, with no past. With Gael (García Bernal), he said, ‘I never think about the past. I just think what my character wants.

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