Thursday, 30 October 2008

Angels and Demons First Official Teaser Trailer

The first official Angels and Demons teaser trailer has shown up. And it confirms that Robert Langdon (Tom Hanks) will be back in May 2009.

Here below the first teaser trailer of Angels and Demons:


Angels and Demons Teaser Trailer

In Angels and Demons Robert Langdon (Tom Hanks) is tracking the Illuminati Order which is attempting at using to use antimatter to push its secret agenda!

Angels and Demons will explore the tension between science and religion.
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9 comments:

steven hollingworth said...

if the film is twice as good as the book we are in for one hell of a film

Joe Spoon said...

I would like to know who did the voice work in this trailer. Scarily, it sounds like Richard Perl, aka: Prince of Darkness, defense insider, and war profiteer. Any answers on who did it? Joespoon04@hotmail.com

Sun Federal said...

After reading the book..I am so excited to check out the movie!

Bugui // Pony said...

oh my god! Angels & Devils was the best book i ever read! and finally the movie!!!

Johnny said...

This movie is a very serious project...can't wait!

Emily said...

Just wondering if anyone knows the name of the song playing in the trailer? If you do e-mail me at embemk@hotmail.com, subject ANGELS AND DEMONS TRAILER MUSIC.
And Bugui // Pony it's Angels and DEMONS not Angels and Devils....

Aaron said...

the book was one of the best ive ever read, i just hope they dont mess up the movie like they've done with so many other good books.

Ryan said...

If i am correct(and i think I am) the majority of the Illuminati's work has NOT been against the Catholic Church rather than The United States. to my belief they have taken over the World Banking systems, and that is why they have so many frikken clues on U.S currency...but I can't wait to see this movie.

Kaze said...

Hi. I just stumbled upon your blog looking for a trailer to send to a friend... saw this movie in Kobe (Japan) last night and it ROCKED. It is not a "Part II" type of crummy bit of Hollywood ilk, but its own movie. Going back to watch it again next weekend!
Cheers!