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First Trailer and Four Posters for 47 RONIN Starring Keanu Reeves

July 25, 2013
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The first trailer and four character posters have been released for the new Keanu Reeves film "47 Ronin". The film once again poses Reeves as the one and only savior for a civilization. Only this time, he is up against dragons, ogres, and supernatural threats.

The film was directed by Carl Rinsch and is being released on Christmas Day, offering an escape from the Academy Award hopefuls. Based on a historical Japanese event, the film was given a contemporary and mystical make-over. Add Reeves and his karate moves to this mix, and you are certainly in for an interesting adventure, to say the least.

What did you think of the first trailer and posters? Let us know in the comments section below!

"47 Ronin" releases in AMC Theatres on on Christmas, December 25th

Source: CinemaBlend

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