Battleship Trailer

July 28, 2011 by Post Team 

Battleship TrailerBattleship Trailer, The “battleship” movie trailer was released online Wednesday, with some big names and the naval action influence. The film adaptation of “Battleship” game will release in theaters on May 18, 2012. The film, directed by Peter Berg was produced by Brian Goldner, Schneir Bennett, Scott Stuber, Sarah Aubrey and Duncan Henderson.It have a star-studded cast and tell the story of an international naval fleet forced the battle.

Grammy award winner Rihanna, Canadian actor Taylor Kitsch, actor Alexander Skarsgard True Blood and Oscar-nominated actor Liam Neeson complete credits of the performance.

Berg filmed the action from two perspectives – human beings fighting for their planet and the foreign “rulers” who come to earth to battle. After its debut, the trailer for the film received mixed reactions in twitter. Although the pop singer made a cameo only fast in the trailer, Rihanna took her Twitter to express their enthusiasm for the film.

“I can not wait to see armored trailer on Yahoo,” wrote the singer.

She told MTV last autumn on the experience of shooting his first film.

“Working with [director] Peter Berg is incredible,” he told MTV. “I love making movies now.’s something I want to do more. I just want to pick movies that are wise for me and the roles they can do, nothing too big for me.”

However, the writer and director James Gunn had a different reaction to the film.

“That trailer battleship is the weirdest thing I’ve ever seen,” Gunn wrote Wednesday. According to Reuters, the cost of film production and 200 million to create. Although it was recorded initially on the Gold Coast of Australia in 2010, problems with the tax on the country’s government caused a delay in the film and the relocation of Louisiana, California and Hawaii, according to the National Academy of Sciences.

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