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The theatrical trailer for Underworld: Awakening 3D has gone online. The fourth film in the Underworld franchise finds Kate Beckinsale’s Selene waking up to a world where humans have discovered the existence of vampires and werewolves and are working to eradicate both species. We get a better sense of the story here, as a young hybrid girl seems to be the key to the war between humans vs. vampires vs. werewolves. I’m not the biggest fan of the series, but it looks to have more of the action, effects, and blood-suckingness that permeated throughout the other films so fans should be appeased.

Hit the jump to check out the trailer. Be sure to check out all of Steve’s coverage of the film from his set-visit, including interviews with Beckinsale and directors Mans Marlind and Bjorn Stein, as well as a full recap. Underworld: Awakening opens in 3D on January 20th, 2012.

Here’s the trailer (via Yahoo!):

Here’s the synopsis:

“The vampire warrioress Selene, escapes imprisonment to find herself in a world where humans have discovered the existence of both Vampire and Lycan clans and are conducting an all-out war to eradicate both immortal species. ”

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  • Turd Ferguson

    I’m blue dah bah dee

  • nkutzler


    Lots of useless action bits, nothing new. Some things copied specifically from other movies. And then throw in the 3D.

  • aromcath

    Okay, so if I’m reading this right, the “humans are jerks” card is being played. Which to be honest doesn’t play as effective as you might think when said humans are fighting and killing off their otherwise in any other circumstances predators.

    Also, wasn’t the hybrid played through…twice, in the Underworld cannon now?

    Eek, might want to get to work editing this one down so it at least has decent pacing over any actual plot of relative moralistic story telling mechanics.

  • Sam S.

    Looks like more of the same.

    AKA Count me in. These movies are enjoyable if a little goofy. The mythology is so tangled and confusing, but it’s still interesting to follow along with.

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