New Stardust Movie Trailer Online In HD

Stardust

Last week we posted an unofficial trailer for Matthew Vaughn’s big screen adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s Stardust (30 photos, Unofficial Movie Trailer). I complained about the effects and on the nose dialogue. Gaiman fans told me to wait for the real trailer to make judgement. Well now the real trailer is on Yahoo! Movies in full High Def. I must admit, the new trailer looks a lot better. The special effects even look finished. Now I actually want to see this film. So watch the new trailer at one of the links below:

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Stardust follows a young man named Tristan (Charlie Cox) who tries to win the heart of Victoria (Sienna Miller), the beautiful but cold object of his desire, by going on a quest to retrieve a fallen star. His journey takes him to a mysterious and forbidden land beyond the walls of his village.

Stardust hits theaters on July 27th 2007.

Stardust Movie Poster Revealed

Stardust Movie PosterCanMag has posted what appears to be the first poster for Matthew Vaughn’s big screen adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s Stardust (30 photos, Unofficial Movie Trailer). Click on the photo to the left for a larger version. I’m guessing that this is just one of the character posters as Michelle Pfeiffer is one of the supporting characters.

Stardust follows a young man named Tristan (Charlie Cox) who tries to win the heart of Victoria (Sienna Miller), the beautiful but cold object of his desire, by going on a quest to retrieve a fallen star. His journey takes him to a mysterious and forbidden land beyond the walls of his village.

Stardust hits theaters on July 27th 2007.

30 New Stardust Photos

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The official website for Matthew Vaughn’s big screen adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s Stardust is now online. With that, we bring you 33 new production stills from the film. Check them out after the jump. As always, left click for higher resolution photos.

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Stardust Movie Trailer Revealed

Stardust

Don’t kill me but I must admit: I’m not a Neil Gaiman fan. It’s not that I don’t like him, it’s just that I haven’t found time to read his work (that, and the coloring on the first Sandman trade paperbacks scare me away). Anyway, most geeks swear by him. If Joss Whedon is their god, Gaiman is their Jesus. And I’m not saying that Gaiman’s remains were just found in a cave by the guy who made Titanic. Okay, my analogy really isn’t working. Either way, my only encounter with Gaiman’s work was through the Mirrormask film, which I’ve been told isn’t a great representation of what he’s capable of.

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