Official Full-Length ‘Inception’ Trailer Is Here!

Go deep inside ‘The Dark Knight’ director's latest movie about dreams, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Ken Watanabe, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Marion Cotillard and Ellen Page.
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Official Full-Length ‘Inception’ Trailer Is Here!

Check out the hi-definition version of Christopher Nolan's Inception, starring Leonardo DiCaprio!


As well, a new viral game for the movie is now online which is filled with easter eggs from the film. At this time, the main goal of the game is to find the above trailer hidden within the game. Go to the Mind Crime website and play the viral game. Once you find the movie theater inside the game, get inside and press the space bar to unlock he above trailer.

Inception Mind Crime

Acclaimed filmmaker Christopher Nolan directs an international cast in an original sci-fi actioner that travels around the globe and into the intimate and infinite world of dreams. Dom Cobb (Leonardo DiCaprio) is a skilled thief, the absolute best in the dangerous art of extraction, stealing valuable secrets from deep within the subconscious during the dream state, when the mind is at its most vulnerable. Cobb's rare ability has made him a coveted player in this treacherous new world of corporate espionage, but it has also made him an international fugitive and cost him everything he has ever loved. Now Cobb is being offered a chance at redemption. One last job could give him his life back but only if he can accomplish the impossible-inception. Instead of the perfect heist, Cobb and his team of specialists have to pull off the reverse: their task is not to steal an idea but to plant one. If they succeed, it could be the perfect crime. But no amount of careful planning or expertise can prepare the team for the dangerous enemy that seems to predict their every move. An enemy that only Cobb could have seen coming. This summer, your mind is the scene of the crime.

Inception was released July 16th, 2010.

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  • doubler0522 • 5 years ago

    LOOKING 4WARD 2 SEEING THIS FILM !!!!

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    • narrator • 5 years ago

      @SupermanEmpire... you basically supported what @DoOrDie said... genius.

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      • 2movieguys • 5 years ago

        WOW!! Interesting!!! Echos of "Dark City"!!!

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        • escapist • 5 years ago

          Gonna wet my pants

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          • dark-env • 5 years ago

            very well said SupermanEmpire, I agree with you 100% on this

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            • supermanempire • 5 years ago

              DoOrDie,

              Make no mistake, I am a huge fan of Cameron...in so many ways he paved the way for many others in the Sci-fi/action genre. That being said, the man couldn't write dialog to save his life...his best films have been those where either the script (including dialog) were written for him, or those when his wooden dialog was put in the hands of "action" stars like Ahnold (no one gives a sh*t what hes saying or how hes saying it). His action sequences in films like Alien, Terminator 2, True Lies have all been top notch...I have a lot of respect for him as an action movie film maker.

              Recently I saw an "On-Demand" advertisement for Avatar that used the line "one of the greatest stories ever told" LMFAO!, are you serious? It was a cheesy ass splice between Dances with Wolves and God forgive Cameron, the f*cken Smurfs...Plus throw in some of his political "anti-war, anti-corporation, anti-American sentiment and you get the sh*tty/ wooden storyline called Avatar. Now please before I get sh*t on for saying so, Avatar was as good a movie that Cameron has produced, it had amazing vision, effects, and broke ground expanding 3-D capabilities. Props for story and dialog...I think not.

              Now lets look at Christopher Nolan, Momento, The Prestige, The Dark Knight...in my opinion these three films have more depth, character, story and artistic integrity then any 3 films that Cameron has made. Chris Nolan is the new breed of director, hes the WHOLE package. He can set up and execute action sequences that raise the hair on the back of your neck, while also bombarding you with heavy heavy emotional substance. Simply put, when it comes to Cameron and Nolan...quality over quantity wins every damn time....Cameron is like a slightly refined Mike Bay...while Nolan is like a Coppola spliced with Spielburg coupled with something that is completely original and genuinely amazing. There is no comparison.

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              • narrator • 5 years ago

                @DoOrDie, very well said. Especially your last sentence. Summed it up perfectly for me, and I don't get why people compare them, but when they do I have to say my two cents.

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                • dark-env • 5 years ago

                  @Stan_Kube, his name in the movie is Eames and the actor's name is Tom Hardy and he says "You musn't be afraid to dream a little bigger darling."

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                  • doordie • 5 years ago

                    Ok, "Avatar" entering the conversation is beside the point. They don't compare. Judge a film based on the merits of the filmmaker, not on the broader associations with other movies you happen to like.

                    James Cameron has been around for a while but hadn't been above water long enough to make a big-budget Hollywood action-orgy for about a decade. Christopher Nolan, in that time, has made exceptional leaps and bounds in the industry all while bringing a certain level of thoughtful artistic integrity with him.

                    Everyone knows James Cameron's name. You can't say the same for Christopher Nolan. On the ground, mention Nolan's name and I bet you'll have to speak the words "the guy who directed The Dark Knight" at least once.

                    Cameron's movies are not as cerebral as Nolan's. Nolan's movies are not as visual effects driven as Cameron's. "Avatar" was a long awaited return. Make no mistake. The movie made money because of Cameron's name. The boys remembered "The Terminator" and the girls remembered "Titanic". That is inbuilt broad appeal. You don't get more mainstream than James Cameron.

                    Meanwhile Nolan's name in of itself is not a name that draws audiences outside of devoted and more discerning audience goers. The new Batman films introduced a broader audience to Nolan. Make no mistake, the Batman brand brought people to the theater. The fact that both films were excellent is almost an immaterial.

                    Some of us already knew and loved Nolan when "Memento" was still in theaters but not most of us. It is a prerequisite then to remind everybody that "Inception" was written and directed by "the guy who made The Dark Knight".

                    I grew up on movie directors like Cameron but I am learning from filmmakers like Nolan.

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                    • stan-kube • 5 years ago

                      My question is what did Mr. Brit McGrenadelauncher say at the end of the trailer? He mumbled most of that line.

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                      • stan-kube • 5 years ago

                        It's pointless to talk crap about Nolan for TDK tagging of the trailer because it was the studio, not Nolan. If a studio has talent whom have worked on blockbusters every movie they put out after will be tagged with that movie title, it happens all the time and this isn't even a bad case like "from gaffer that brought you the sound of Tyler Perry's House of Pain".

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                        • dan1 • 5 years ago

                          I've watched the trailer like a dozen times now. It feels like I'm looking at a wild dream each time. I suppose that's the effect Nolan wanted to capture. Very cool.

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                          • jlbourne • 5 years ago

                            Just to clear up a few things. Christopher Nolan put one little thing about the Dark Knight in all the trailers for this movie and look at James Cam when you saw a trailer for avatar all you saw was movies that he made 20 years ago and that was half of the trailer so i think Mr nolan is ok for doing that and last thing this movie looks amazing im hoping its one of the best movies of the year

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                            • jc • 5 years ago

                              i hope its in IMAX. and maybe 3D i defintely not sure about 3D though.

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                              • narrator • 5 years ago

                                @c-a-r-t-m-a-n, you can't bash on a guys ridiculous comment when your is just as retarded. I mean, I had no idea what I was reading. So try and fix that up and get back to him.

                                @Goodloox, you can't be sure Inception will be the best. You are simply over hyping it, or being really exaggerative, either way, rephrase that sentence, or you will eventually be disappointed with it.

                                P.S. when you compare movies, they have to be somewhat about the subject your talking about. I was talking about marketing so I compared them. Money wise they are also comparable. quality wise, they shouldn't be mentioned in the same sentence, because their in different fields.

                                Just clearing that up for you two.

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                                • fanboy • 5 years ago

                                  looks amazing

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                                  • lee7 • 5 years ago

                                    I'm fan of Avatar but TDK was better and INCEPTION will be the best ;)

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                                    • c-a-r-t-m-a-n • 5 years ago

                                      @LilZook - so U don't like original and unique story??..... who directed TDK?? Nolan did and he says from the Director of TDK, i dunno wats wrong in tat?? ... guess you must be Avatar fan boy, just stay away from all your crappy tots... why don't you call your neighbors father as ur father?? I totally dont understand your brainless point, "from the director of TDK" - he directed it and he is sayin it.. im sorry im going on and on abt it, is just i cannot handle ur stupidity...

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                                      • narrator • 5 years ago

                                        It's obvious what it's about @LilZook... dreams. Granted the trailer, although lengthy, plays out much like a teaser than an actual in depth trailer, and it really doesn't say much.

                                        However, even with a small brain we still understand that what they do is basically go into people's minds and steal ideas etc. Like the perfect crime. We can also tell this all happens in the world of the dream, and that Leo's character somehow wants out of this job and has "found a way home." Personally, I am glad they aren't giving too much away. Gives us room to think and anticipate events.

                                        You may not like Nolan or whatever or think he;s banking on TDK to push this forward (whats wrong with that. Have you seen the promos for Avatar?), but whatever you do, you can't call this stupid .The score alone was completely mesmerizing. Not to mention the amazing cast, great visuals (not that thats the reason to see this movie) or the rather intriguing and obviously captivating story. I mean, whats not to like?

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                                        • cineprog • 5 years ago

                                          This is by far a better and more story oriantaited trailer. it still a bit mind boggling, but i shall be going to see this film.

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