First Look at the ‘Book of Eli’ Trailer

Get your first glimpse at the upcoming Denzel Washington thriller.
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First Look at the ‘Book of Eli’ Trailer

Warner Bros. Pictures has unveiled the first trailer for the upcoming Denzel Washington thriller, The Book of Eli. Take a look...


The drama revolves around a lone hero who fights his way across the wasteland of post-apocalyptic America. He's the protector of a sacred book that may hold the key to saving humanity.

The Book of Eli hits theaters January 15th, 2010 and stars Denzel Washington, Gary Oldman, Mila Kunis, Ray Stevenson, Jennifer Beals and Evan Jones.

The Book of Eli was released January 15th, 2010.

Sources: Warner Bros.

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  • cripple • 6 years ago

    This looks sick cant wait

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    • insertusernamehere • 6 years ago

      Nice.

      Denzel's kickin ass.

      How is the trailer weak?

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      • shelley • 6 years ago

        Hmm, not overwhelmed with excitement but looks like it could be good.

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        • rufio • 6 years ago

          Denzel knows Kung-Fu... do you? hahaha i agree with absolute - fight scenes seemed out of place, but then again they would with no context. i'm in! i can't wait to see this! i usually hate post-apocalyptic films, but the cinematography and storyline (what little there is, so far) are intriguing!

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          • absolute • 6 years ago

            Trailer was good...but the fight scene didn't seem to fit with the film...he seemed too sure of himself, no struggle...unless there is some reason why it was so easy for him I dunno. I'd rather it look brutal and rough, despite the choreography it is possible to make it look like a struggle.

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            • revilolee • 6 years ago

              Meh. Nice cast though.

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              • cmrboi • 6 years ago

                WOW i thought the pics were good!! def gonna be good! but the fighting was a wieee bit cheesy! hope it better in theater

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                • narrator • 6 years ago

                  Looks awesome. I didn't like his voice over. It sounded a bit weird. However, I am sooo awaiting this, and won't judge until opening day.

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                  • jonnred • 6 years ago

                    With the Hughes Brothers directing a post-apocalyptic movie with Denzel Washington and Gary Oldman I have to check it out.

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                    • delgren • 6 years ago

                      This is the WB's answer to "The Road" I suspect. The only thing that I like about this is Gary Oldman taking a villian role, it's been far to long since his last. Otherwise Denzel has only three gears that he cycles through depending on the role, passive aggressive - Inside Man, aggressive - Training Day and silently psychotic - Man on Fire. I'm pretty sure this is going to be somewhere around silently psychotic.

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                      • zanyzap • 6 years ago

                        There is no denying Denzel's ability to play a bad ass (see Man On Fire for more information); toss in Gary Oldman, and I foresee a great film.

                        But this trailer doesn't bring the chills that I expected. So my new verdict: Mediocre.

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                        • hellotheremovies • 6 years ago

                          Why is Denzel Washington so bad ass? Envy.

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                          • cyberguru123 • 6 years ago

                            MY NAME IS ELI, HOW FREAKIN AWESOME IS THAT. HA! HEY DENZEL CAN I HAV FREE TIX?

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                            • rlt9009 • 6 years ago

                              This looks bad ass.

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                              • penguin-9026 • 6 years ago

                                This trailer is weak on so many levels!

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