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Old 07-29-04, 06:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy movie trailer

it's about a year early, but it's looking vaguely promising none the less. if anyone is interested the trailer can be downloaded (hopefully...) at http://hitchhikermovie.free.fr/trailer_hitchhikers.avi and if that doesn't work i can send the trailer via msn messenger. just add me: kcaswell42@hotmail.com
you'll need divX to view it.

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Been folowing this one for a while now. The casting is a departure from what I expected for certain.
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... I think I'm in love.

I know I have expressed doubts, since while the "Original Hitchhikers Guide" isn't the one most people know and there are already more than a half dozen versions, those were all previously under the direct control of Douglas Adams... And this one isn't but the trailer seems pretty Adamsish. Maybe movie technology finally caught up with the imagination of great authors. Maybe.
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