First Red-Band Trailer for Spike Lee’s OLDBOY Starring Josh Brolin

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FilmDistrict has released the first red-band trailer for director Spike Lee’s remake of Oldboy.  For those unfamiliar with the story, it centers on a man (Josh Brolin) who is kidnapped for mysterious reasons, and is released twenty years later with no explanation.  Once free, he goes on a mission to find his captor and take revenge.  Lee’s fingerprints are all over this trailer, and the film looks to have a rather sinister tone despite its gorgeous cinematography courtesy of Sean Bobbitt.  There are a couple of interesting deviations from Park Chan-wook‘s original film that are glimpsed, but there are also a few moments that are shot-for-shot recreations from the 2003 South Korean thriller.  Samuel L. Jackson is a welcome presence towards the end of the trailer, and it’s clear that Lee has no intention of toning down any of the story’s violence.  This is promising stuff indeed, and I’m really looking forward to checking out the full film in a couple of months.

Hit the jump to watch the red-band trailer.  The film also stars Elizabeth Olsen, Sharlto CopleyLance Reddick, Michael Imperioli, and James RansoneOldboy opens on October 25th.

Here’s the official synopsis for Oldboy:

OLDBOY is a provocative, visceral thriller that follows the story of an advertising executive (Josh Brolin) who is abruptly kidnapped and held hostage for 20 years in solitary confinement. When he is inexplicably released, he embarks on an obsessive mission to discover who orchestrated his bizarre and torturous punishment only to find he is still trapped in a web of conspiracy and torment.

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  • https://twitter.com/adamhowardcross Adam Cross

    well that certainly doesn’t leave anything to the imagination, does it. Even if you hadn’t seen the original you could basically make out the entire plot and outcome with that trailer. ridiculous.

    • scheebles

      Well I wouldn’t say that. You can’t clearly see the “twist” unless you HAVE seen the original. That being said, this certainly does seem to be borrowing far too much from the original in terms of set pieces, cinematography, and design. If you’re going to remake something, take The Departed approach, passing resemblance with a completely different style/tone.

    • Anthony Michael

      You can only say this because you know what happens. If you showed that trailer to the average person and told them to guess what happens (without yelling in their face “THERE’S A TWIST!”), they’d have absolutely no idea what happens.

      Everyone gets it. You’re against this movie.

      • https://twitter.com/adamhowardcross Adam Cross

        I’m not necessarily against the movie (even though I kind-of am, so far it looks like a scene-for-scene remake – congrats.). I’m just generally against trailers – especially the kind that basically give you the whole movie in 3mins.

      • Captain Piha

        Sheesh you’re hard to please. It does not look like a Psycho remake and the twist isn’t obvious (IMO of course). Josh Brolin looks pretty bad-ass and it comes at a time when we need a hard R to atone for all the bloodless PG-13 skyscraper destruction of the last 2 months. Can’t wait.

      • https://twitter.com/adamhowardcross Adam Cross

        nothing wrong with being hard to please! If you want some good R action then watch I Saw The Devil (if you haven’t already)

      • Captain Piha

        No, nothing wrong with that at all dude. Keep those standards high! Thanks for the tip – haven’t seen it yet..

      • Anthony Michael

        I Saw the Devil is pretty lousy.

      • junierizzle

        “scene-for-scene remake” Yup, that’s why I won’t see the original.

      • Bob

        For example, me. I have not seen the original. And I can tell you right now I don’t know the whole movie. What I do know is he was framed, imprisoned, and let go I guess. And he’s trying to find out why all this happened/get revenge. But I already knew basically all that from the synopsis, except the part that he was framed for a murder of his wife I think they said it was. Fine trailer imho.

      • tertiaryintervention

        “You’re against this movie.” Ooh, just stopped short of pulling the race card.

        C’mon. Tell everyone why you think they are against this movie. Say it.

        I dare you.

      • Anthony Michael

        I don’t understand what you are saying at all.

        I said “We get it. You’re against this movie” because he made a bunch of negative posts in the talkback for the Oldboy poster the other day.

    • junierizzle

      I disagree. While they do give away some plot points I couldn’t guess what it all means. Not that I am trying to either.

  • FunnyFaceKing

    another trailer that gives away the whole film.

  • The Hobbit

    Some BOdy gotta save Nick Fury////

  • Vader

    Saying what films do or don’t have twists defeats the purpose of the film having a twist in the first place.

    • Guest

      No one is going to see that twist comin

  • Yurine

    I’ll stick with the original thank you.

  • Rico

    This doesn’t look half bad or maybe my expectations were set too low

  • Let The Wookie Win

    People need to stop bitching because they want to sound cool for having seen a Korean movie. There is nothing wrong with remaking a foreign film and making a good story accessible to a wider audience. There is, however, something wrong with making a shitty movie. Let’s hope that isn’t the case here. There are many instances of really well made foreign remakes.

    • Johnny

      i agree for the most part but overrated? NO!, i get the people bitching part because well they bitch about everything, if you make a remake thats too similar to the original they bitch!, if its different then they still bitch! and i dont get the freaking argument that the trailer gives too much away, For fuk sakes if you saw the original it doesnt matter cause you already know how its going to end but for people who are new to this i think the trailer is pretty darn good and way better than i expected

      • Let The Wookie Win

        I edited my overrated comment to prevent a flame war. Keeping it spoiler free, I guess I just felt the motivations of the main antagonist to be weird and off-putting (probably the point) but mostly far fetched and a little stupid. I just sat there and was like “wait…what? This is what it was all about?”

      • Johnny

        (KINDA SPOILERS SO DONT READ IF YOU HAVENT WATCHED THE ORIGINAL)

        see the thing is in most cases this movie would have ended where people just kill each other and be done with it, its the extent to where the revenge is taken that makes this movies so much different, the antagonist “turned the tables” exactly on to the protagonist its the perfect twist, the main charac feels the full pain of what he did.

      • Let The Wookie Win

        Sure, I just didn’t buy into the whole motivation for the table turning. They could have made it any number of legitimate reasons, but they went for a shock value reason that fell flat for me.

        Don’t get me wrong, I enjoyed the movie, it is stylistically and for the most part substantively great. I just don’t have it on any all-time lists like a lot of people seem to.

      • Johnny

        AGAIN SPOILERS

        Dude his sister commited suicide because the main charac misinterpreted the situation between the brother and the sister, i kinda get the motivation lol anyways It’s all opinions and i respect yours, i think its best trait is that it was executed to perfection and the credit goes to the writers and director as well as the actors, all i could hope is that spike lee respects the movie enough to make a great remake.

      • Let The Wookie Win

        Not to put too fine a point on it: my problem was with the shoe-horned incest. Feeling like someone deserves revenge because you think they led to your sister’s death? Sure. The reason your sister committed suicide was because people found out you were sleeping together? Left-field.

      • Guest

        Uh … no. Not left field. Americans have killed themselves before after being outed as gay. Now transport the setting to Korea, change it to incest, and add in a much less open culture/society to those types of deviations from the norm, especially sexually. The fact that anybody thinks that reaction is out of left field shows a lack of understanding to begin with.

      • Let The Wookie Win

        You misunderstand me. The reaction isn’t left field, shame and social ostricization are powerful forces. The occurrence of incest and subsequent use of it in the revenge plot was strange for me. Again, maybe this worked and seemed completely normal to people, I just kept asking myself, why this way? Maybe it’s just the most shameful thing they could think of? I guess that works

      • Guest

        I mean if we’re talking about realism here, I don’t think locking up a guy for 15 years is necessarily so plausible that it would take the occurrence of incest out of the the realm of reality.

        It fits in the same vein everything else that happens does.

      • Let The Wookie Win

        Also, I could be wrong since it’s been years since I’ve watched it, but was the relationship misinterpreted?

      • Johnny

        EDIT: I can’t delete my comments but if you can please do so i dont want to spoil it for anyone, if you cant either then PEOPLE DONT READD THIS FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, MY WORDS DO NO JUSTICE TO THIS MOVIE. GO WATCH IT

        Its a cultural thing, My friend is Indian and she always tells how its a HUGE NO for women to be sleepin around, cause everyone berate the shit out of them for doing so the neighbours, family, friends, they just cant handle all the shit man and you know the charac was young and it was all a misunderstanding

      • scheebles

        Um, no. There was no misunderstanding. The only misunderstanding was that Oh Dae Su did not know their familial connection. He didn’t misinterpret what they were doing.

      • Johnny

        you’re right had to go watch it again lol, so disregard those last comments,

      • GrimReaper07

        Yeah, I had the same criticism as you but I still really liked the film. Not the best South Korean film IMO by a long shot, but still great.

      • Michelle Kirkwood

        @let_the_wookie_win:disqus

        The original movie was actually based on a Japanese manga, so that’s why the plot is kind of far-fetched. It wasn’t meant to be realistic in the first place, so you can take it with a grain of salt. I thought the antagonist’s reasoning for keeping the protagonist locked up was way out of proportion, and it was lame as hell, too. I guess it meant something more to Korean audiences (there are better Korean films I’ve seen, like Nowhere to Hide,Mother, and many others) but I didn’t think the hell he put the protagonist through was even warranted in the first place.

    • McCoy

      Oh Americans, so not used to subtitles.

      • Let The Wookie Win

        Or not used to finding a film that is well regarding for people into more esoteric movies but hasn’t found a wide audience state-side? The people with the rights to the movie can either 1.) spend more money promoting a foreign film to try and find that audience or 2.) remake it for that audience.

        It’s easy to be defensive and flippant about remakes. Again, it’s not the act itself or remaking a film that is bad. It’s making a bad remake that is bad

    • Guest

      Everybody here seems to be on this “remakes are remakes” business. It’s funny, though. The fact that every comment here supporting remakes and dissing the original get upvotes is the reason why fans of the source material get defensive to begin with.

      Everybody says the source material will be the same, but in the end, that’s rarely how it actually ends up. If the remake is poor, then it reflects badly on the source material to casual American movie watcher since that is the only version they know. If the remake is decent or outstanding, then casual American movie watcher either doesn’t know it’s a remake because the remakers rarely mention it or they argue incessantly that the remake was better than the original.

      Either way, it generally leads to denigration of Asian cinema.

      Hell, look at Josh Brolin’s interview on this very site where he feels the need to get defensive about a remake question and points out flaws in the original while implying that they can do better. Awful arrogant position considering there’s a reason it was chosen to be remade to begin with. Can Hollywood ever just give the source material its due or have respect? Nope, always have to denigrate. Also amusing considering the chances of this film living up to the original is minute, and that’s with the field guide they were given by Park Chan Wook.

      Then there’s the whole angle that Hollywood remakes Asian films but refuses to cast Asian people in ‘normal’ roles, even in the remakes themselves. Hollywood sure loves Asian cinema but doesn’t seem to have much affinity for Asian people. But that’s a whole other issue that nobody will ever want to address honestly.

      But yeah, keep thinking it’s just because we’re all hipsters or whatever asinine implication you were trying to make.

      • Let The Wookie Win

        I think where we disagree is what happens to the original upon a well done and successful remake. I think it does nothing but good for the original. I would have never seen Kurosawa films if I didn’t love Star Wars, Magnificent Seven or Fist Full of Dollars first and then find out what they were based on.

        I do agree there was no reason for Brolin to try and downgrade the original. I haven’t read the interview.

      • Guest

        Yeah, but you’re presumably into film, no? I made it clear that I’m talking about mainstream audiences for a reason. Because the overwhelming amount of everyday people have no idea The Magnificent Seven is a Seven Samurai remake. A Fistful Of Dollars is another example that most people aren’t aware of.

        To me, that comes off as Hollywood not only snubbing entry for Asian film/actors but then taking credit in the wider cultural/societal view as well.

      • Let The Wookie Win

        The original story makers get more earnings from their creation (presumably), people who didnt know the original existed but now do and are predisposed to seeing interesting foreign film see the original, and people who would never see the original in the first place still never see it. I just don’t see who is harmed by this remake (again, so long as it is good. Also another reason I’m baffled at backlash: we don’t know the quality of this film. If it sucks, I’ll be in the hate camp ASAP. But until then I’m all for it). Except for fans feelings of ownership in something they love, which is understandable but often blinding to a potentially good movie and good thing for the original they love.

      • Guest

        Probably doesn’t help that the poster looks like a high school photo project.

      • Michelle Kirkwood

        @Asian Junkie

        “Then there’s the whole angle that Hollywood remakes Asian films but
        refuses to cast Asian people in ‘normal’ roles, even in the remakes
        themselves. Hollywood sure loves Asian cinema but doesn’t seem to have much affinity for Asian people. But that’s a whole other issue that
        nobody will ever want to address honestly.”

        I’ve actually seen this very topic addressed on sites like Racialicious and various AA (Asian-American) websites–that’s actually a topic that Hollywood itself rarely addresses. Me personally, I would have loved to see Sung Kang (of the Fast & Furious films fame) play the title role, because he’s not only hot, he can also act his a** off,but hey, I can only dream,since the film’s a done deal already

        I do have to admit, the original OLDBOY—which I saw in the theater when it came out—did have its flaws,and there were things about it I didn’t like (especially that twist ending—which grossed me the hell out,of course,and pretty much killed anything I liked about the film after that.) But, of course, the new one is going to have its own flaws,too—that goes without saying. That’s why it’s never been a favorite of mine to begin with.) Anyway, it’ll be interesting to see the movie itself to see how it turns out.

  • Ozweego

    It looks interesting but I hate Spike Lee soooo much! What to do…

    • Mixed Race rich kid NYC

      Well it don’t look like he gave himself a part of the movie

  • strong enough

    This looks gay when is Nolan coming back!

    • Strong Enough 2 B A idiot

      Nolan would ruin oldboy. He’d have the characters explain the fucking twist in 6 minute monologues while Hans’ phoned in score goes BAWWWAAAAHAHMMMP to fool tards into thinking it’s dramatic. Blech!

  • keegan

    and the award for most unnecessary remake ever goes to… SPIKE LEE! Get up here, buddy. You’re fucking worthless

    • Let The Wookie Win

      What makes it unnecessary? Has everyone in the world had access to and seen the original? Do people with valid issues with subtitled movies not count as valid consumers of film?

      • Scott X

        What’s a valid issue with subtitles?

      • Let The Wookie Win

        It can distract from the action on screen, especially in very detailed movies. Especially in theaters. It’s easier to digest on a smaller screen

      • Michelle Kirkwood

        @Let the Wookie Win

        Reading subtitles isn’t that distracting once you get used to it—I’ve been into foreign films for years, so reading the subs is just second nature to me now.— I love it–especially when watching horror or kung fu flicks—hee hee. Anyway, I can’t speak any other language but English ( my first) so how the heck else am I going to know what the hell anybody’s saying? And I hate watching dubbed foreign films–I prefer seeing a foreign film in its original language–it sounds better,for one thing.

      • Nick

        What is a valid issue with subtitles? Are you stupid? Cool Scott x, I’m sure you feel great that you can assume everyone in the world grew up exactly like you. But the reality Scott x(I bet the x is because you’re so hardcore) is that many people have various reading capabilities and abilities to read at the necessary speed. I happen to love foreign movies, but typical movie goers wouldn’t give foreign movies a chance because they are casual viewers, which is fine. Don’t assume your hobby and interest in movies is universal to all people. I’d bet most people Wouldn’t ever know this movie is a remake when it comes out. Same goes for remakes of old movies, it’s just not everyone thing to know this stuff.
        Hell America still hosts plenty of war veterans that would prefer not to watch a Korean movie due to the shit they saw protecting your ignorant ass. Get a clue and rewatch oldboy and let others enjoy the campaign for this movie

      • Nick

        What is a valid issue with subtitles? Are you stupid? Cool Scott x, I’m sure you feel great that you can assume everyone in the world grew up exactly like you. But the reality Scott x(I bet the x is because you’re so hardcore) is that many people have various reading capabilities and abilities to read at the necessary speed. I happen to love foreign movies, but typical movie goers wouldn’t give foreign movies a chance because they are casual viewers, which is fine. Don’t assume your hobby and interest in movies is universal to all people. I’d bet most people Wouldn’t ever know this movie is a remake when it comes out. Same goes for remakes of old movies, it’s just not everyone thing to know this stuff.
        Hell America still hosts plenty of war veterans that would prefer not to watch a Korean movie due to the shit they saw protecting your ignorant ass. Get a clue and rewatch oldboy and let others enjoy the campaign for this movie

  • Grayden

    Twenty years?! Seriously? That seems like a bit of a stretch. Twelve years is believable, but twenty? I dunno….

    • Anthony Michael

      What is your logic here?

    • Nick

      20 years is important for the plot, don’t worry

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  • Taylor Varnell

    I am not a Spike Lee fan in any respect. I have not enjoyed any of his movies, and I hate his art direction and themes… This movie looks just as bad. I am all for remaking foreign films to appeal to a wider audience, but Spike is the last person I want touching anything of Park Chan-wook’s… Hell I’d rather Tim Burton direct this…

    • Strong Enough

      Do the right thing is a classic dung breath

    • Jason Richards

      You don’t like any Spike Lee movies? So you’re saying Do the Right Thing, Malcolm X, He Got Game, The 25th Hour, and The Inside Man are bad movies?

      • Taylor Varnell

        I hated Do the Right Thing, Malcolm X, and The Inside Man. Haven’t seen the other 2 but I would assume there about the same feel. The camera angles and edits in Do the Right Thing bugged me the whole time. Had to watch it in film school and I just don’t see why everyone likes it. To each his own on films, but I feel Spike Lee lacks talent.

      • Bob Dallas

        A derp a derp a tiddly derp derp. So, you were in film class, studying the aforementioned filmmaker’s CLASSIC film, which is obviously indicative of it having technical merit, and you feel Spike Lee lacks talent? Did your professor explicate the reasons that he chose to include said film as CURRICULUM to learn about the art of filmmaking? Was it because Lee lacks talent? You’re free to say you don’t like something while also admitting that the person who created it is talented. You can make distinctions like that.

      • Taylor Varnell

        I personally don’t see the talent. Other people do, I see sloppy film making and a shotty scripts at best. Same way Citizen Kane is hailed as the greatest movie ever made my some, and the worst by others. Just because a film is hailed as a “CLASSIC” doesn’t mean it’s instantly good no matter what. I love Forrest Gump, but it got pretty shitty reviews, but it’s considered a “CLASSIC” as well…

      • Michelle Kirkwood

        Taylor Varnell

        “Just because a film is hailed as a “CLASSIC” doesn’t mean it’s instantly good no matter what.”

        That IS true,but the man is talented—he’s not any less talented just because you don’t like his films, which you don’t have to. I suggest you see Jungle Fever though—that’s one of his near-masterpieces, next to Do the Right Thing.

  • DjangoBro

    Oh boy… and let the hating commence! -__- Personally people are over reacting about how bad it looks. Having already seen the original, I don’t see anything wrong with this one. It looks like Spike Lee knows what he’s doing. I really don’t understand the hate for this guy. He’s made some terrific movies; Do The Right Thing, Inside Man, and School Daze to name a few. I think people should wait and see before they start judging.

    • DoobieDave

      He has made some terrific movies, yes. But I think people just hate him as a person…he is known for being a loud mouth and has rubbed a lot of people the wrong way. A lot of people can’t separate the personal life from the art. It makes him easier to jump all over and say that his movies suck, because he has made a few flops in his day. But yeah, most people that talk shit haven’t even seen Do The Right Thing, which is one of the best movies to come out of its era. And I think Spike Lee is a total jackass, but that doesn’t make his good movies not good.

      • DjangoBro

        I agree, well said!

      • Littertray

        Yes he has made some good films, no-one can deny that. what I do find interesting is that when he gets a chance to do a big Hollywood remake, he populates it with 99% white actors. He normally prides himself on normally employing 99% African American actors in his films. Just seems hypocritical after he thought Django was racist but the only black actor in the trailer is playing the only character thats is redemable in the whole movie from what I can remember about the original. It seems like he didn’t want to cast African American actors in parts that have no redemable features and cast the actors in a bad light. Thats what I find interesting. Maybe I’m reading too much into it but it is against his usual standard operating procedure where film making is concerned. If the “hero” was a hero in a real sense, would it have been Brolin cast or would it have been Washington? Think about it.

      • Michelle Kirkwood

        @littertray:disqus

        This film is a Hollywood film, meaning Spike didn’t create this property out of his own company, so he probably didn’t have much say over the casting. Nothing hypocritical about it—that’s just how the business works. Cool to see that he’s got both Sam Jackson and Micheal Imperioli (both of whom were in a number of his early films) in this, and Josh Brolin is a damn good actor in his own right, so maybe this will be worth seeing. Plus it’s a major departure from Spike’s usual subject matter, which makes it a little more interesting to want to see.

  • rhizomeman

    “People need to stop bitching because they want to sound cool for having seen a Korean movie.” So perfectly said Wookie Win:)

    Not to sound like an arrogant prick, but I have probably seen more “foreign” movies than most people on this site. Movies that were never released internationally with subtitles, etc…especially Asian. But I am STILL interested in seeing what they do with this!

    And fuck all this Spike Lee hate – get over yourselves, he doesn’t give a shit about you.

  • Mixed Race rich kid NYC

    Big Spike Lee fan
    Can’t wait to see by how much it improves the original

    25th hour was a really great movie by the way, maybe his best after do the right thing and Malcolm X

  • lospolloshermanos

    i have to congratulate everyone for not spoiling the ending of this movie to others that have not seen the original (hardly seen on other comment sections).

    Also if i saw what i saw in the part where he is watching tv in the room, i believe the movie might be different from the original.

  • Strong Enough

    considered me sold

  • Papi

    After Spike Lee’s words about Tea Party Patriots its hard to see how this movie will end up profitable. Idiot turned off most of America, and all of the ticket buying population. No one in our household would step in a Spike Lee “joint”.

    • jdculver

      I assume you’re being sarcastic by using “patriots” in the same sentence with “Tea Party”, right?

    • Michelle Kirkwood

      @Papi

      I could give less than a damn about some right-wing Tea Party nuts—since when did not kissing their a****s become a litmus test by which to judge a director’s movies, or anything else, for that matter? Get real–who even gives a damn about the Tea Party anyone? They lost REAL bad in the election anyway–that should tell you something right there—they weren’t all that to begin with,and were just tools for the corporations,anyway.. I’ve always had mad respect for him and the fact that he’s always spoken his mind for day one, and he’s never given a f*** what anybody thinks about him, which I like! So all I have to say is “Go Spike!” and keep on doing the damn thing!

  • DoobieDave

    Everyone is talking about how they know exactly what is going to happen…but does anyone think they may have taken into account the fact that this movie is already a classic? What I’m saying is, do you think they will have changed the story so the “big reveal” is completely different? Because otherwise, why go see this movie if you have already seen the original? Also, the Big Twist might be a little too…i dunno,fucked up, to sell to American audiences. Do you think they will puss out and make it something a little more toned down? I could really see them changing the whole third act even.

    • bidi

      i remember when Will Smith and Steven Spielberg were looking to remake this a few years back. they were gonna have it be pg-13 which would’ve ruined it. this looks like it could either use the same twist, or something just as memorable. the twist is everything for this movie. if they use the same one, the people who saw the original will probably say this remake is a piece of shit (though it looks like a lot of people are saying that already), but if they go in a different direction, it better live up to the twist of the original. i’m excited for this! honestly, i would be kinda let down if they DID stick with the same twist

  • bidi

    and to the people on here spoiling it for everyone else (i’m looking at you, people in the facebook comments), shut the fuck up. i hate it when people do that. my world was turned upside down when i was in high school and about to read Harry Potter 6, and people told me Dumbledore dies at the end (i feel like we’ve distanced ourselves enough from that for me to safely reveal that ending). it just ruined the whole book for me. so please refrain from spoiling it for others. thanks

  • stylus59

    god, this clearly isn’t a shot-by-shot recreation of the original so shut your goddamn mouths. jeez, you come just to hate

  • MIXTER

    Brolin needs to be Batman in the reboot!!!

  • tertiaryintervention

    That poster makes it look like a kids movie. Oldboy the boy who lives in trunk.

  • Nick

    Jesus Christ. Someone needs to revoke Internet privileges from some of you fanboys. Original is great, THAT WILL STILL EXIST. The original will not suddenly disappear once this comes out. The trailer looks great. If its ends up a shot for shot remake, it’s too similar.. If not its too “Americanized” I hate you people and you take ALL of the fun out of movie marketing.

    Give credit whee it’s due. It’s like Let Me In all over again… Good movie based on a great one that people never gave a chance

  • Nick

    Jesus Christ. Someone needs to revoke Internet privileges from some of you fanboys. Original is great, THAT WILL STILL EXIST. The original will not suddenly disappear once this comes out. The trailer looks great. If its ends up a shot for shot remake, it’s too similar.. If not its too “Americanized” I hate you people and you take ALL of the fun out of movie marketing.

    Give credit whee it’s due. It’s like Let Me In all over again… Good movie based on a great one that people never gave a chance

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