5 New ‘Watchmen’ Clips Arrive!

Get some new video glimpses at Zack Snyder's superhero film.
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5 New ‘Watchmen’ Clips Arrive!

We have five brand new clips from the upcoming blockbuster Watchmen, which hits conventional theaters and IMAX on March 6. Take a look at these brand new clips below from Zack Snyder's new film, based off the DC Comics graphic novel by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons.






It all begins with the paranoid delusions of a half-insane hero called Rorschach. But is Rorschach really insane or has he in fact uncovered a plot to murder super-heroes and, even worse, millions of innocent civilians? On the run from the law, Rorschach reunites with his former teammates in a desperate attempt to save the world and their lives, but what they uncover will shock them to their very core and change the face of the planet! Following two generations of masked superheroes from the close of World War II to the icy shadow of the Cold War comes this groundbreaking comic story - the story of The Watchmen.

Watchmen is based on the 12-part DC Comics series written by Alan Moore and featuring art by Dave Gibbons.

Watchmen was released March 6th, 2009.

Sources:IGN, MSN, Movies.Sky.com, Access Hollywood, MySpace

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  • narrator • 7 years ago

    Dudes this is funny.

    And I AGREE 100% WITH OCMRADE N WATCHMEN IN THE DARK KNIGHT>

    The whole theater was booing it, and I was pissed, the f*ck off. I hadn't even read it at the time, about a month after I would, but I mean, who boo's a movie that much before it coming out?!? I was f*cking ticked at all the "Elmo" and blanket wearing, costume hauling freaks in there.

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    • diaigma • 7 years ago

      PypeBomb = skinless cuc*mber! :P

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      • diaigma • 7 years ago

        LOL. Comrade, buddy. I ALREADY knew that was the whole purpose behind making the comic adaption. Who said I was trying to be "special"? I was talking about a director, not an "idea". I think Snyder would be a valid director choice is all. Geezh. Get off your ivory tower, man :P

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        • kyle-hannah • 7 years ago

          Dawn Of The Dead (2004) was awesome one of the few good horror remakes in the last few years. 300 was great visually amazing and a perfect adaptation of it's source material. Watchmen will be amazing i cannot wait any longer

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          • taberjohnson18 • 7 years ago

            The comment below is about Ender's Game.

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            • taberjohnson18 • 7 years ago

              The whole idea of the graphic novel was to lay the groundwork for a film. Don't go thinking you're special because you thought of it, Marvel and Card had the idea first.

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              • diaigma • 7 years ago

                I hope you don't mean the Remake of Dawn of the Dead, PypeBomb. That movie sucked like a skinless cuc*mber! :P

                Since we're bringing up random topics, how about a random proposal. Snyder has proven that he's THE man to direct a graphic novel adaption. Once Marvel has finished their Ender's Game adaption, what if Snyder directed the film using that material. Anyone? I think he's the only guy who would stay true to Card's vision.

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                • shinjiikari1984 • 7 years ago

                  Was it me or was "You know that better than Anyone" sounded muffeled?

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                  • taberjohnson18 • 7 years ago

                    I just hated sitting in the IMAX waiting for the Dark Knight last summer, seeing this glorious teaser for Watchmen that I'd essentially been waiting for since I was twelve, and hearing people say "lame" and "trying to tap into Batman hype, look at that guy, he's a total Batman ripoff, and listen to his voice [mistakenly thinking that Rorschach's voice was Nite-Owl's, because]. They have no right, and anyone who said those things deserves a smack on the mouth for speaking out of ignorance.

                    People need to read the book, or shut the f*ck up, because if they haven't then their opinions about Watchmen itself are worthless. (notice I didn't say opinions about how the trailers look, that's fine, but they can't rate the actual film based on a trailer, nor can they critique the story if all they've done is glance through the Wikipedia page.)

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                    • narrator • 7 years ago

                      Yes, I meant that Vis. Because I know people who read it will be like, "Dude read it right now", then people who didn't read it will either say, "I will", or they get pissed off. Either way, you get the point. And yes, again, this is not a R rated film. And thank God.

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                      • horologii • 7 years ago

                        I'm sure the whole Dr. Manhattan-is-naked-for-half-of-it thing doesn't help with the R rating either. :P

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                        • insertusernamehere • 7 years ago

                          I think Fallen meant that he doesn't want to start an argument over the "if you haven't read it, don't make stupid remarks" debate...right?

                          On a side note, yeah...there's no way this could have been rated PG-13. Of course the trailers won't be graphic, there's this thing called "approval from the Motion Picture Association of America"

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                          • insertusernamehere • 7 years ago

                            The theatrical release is 135 minutes long, but the extended DVD version will be, I believe, 3 and a half hours

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                            • cbjunior • 7 years ago

                              yea ive never read any comic book or graphic novel in my life. and the trailers and tv spots make it look pg-13. i think the movie looks pretty interesting and i hope its like 2 and a half or 3 hours long i like long movies.

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                              • taberjohnson18 • 7 years ago

                                Fallen, did you just excuse someone from not having read the book by saying "I don't blame you if you haven't"? What is that supposed to mean?

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                                • amb627 • 7 years ago

                                  nice, very nice. Loved the novel, I know I will love this movie

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                                  • diaigma • 7 years ago

                                    Now already...NOW!!!

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                                    • insertusernamehere • 7 years ago

                                      Awesome

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                                      • shelley • 7 years ago

                                        Now only 16 more days to go.

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                                        • asif • 7 years ago

                                          Awesome......Can't wait to see this film.

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