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Trailer Watch: ‘Jackass 3D’, ‘Unstoppable’

The ‘Jackass’ Boys are Back … in 3D!

"Jackass 3D"Some of the craziest footage I saw at Comic-Con had nothing to do with Marvel or superheroes, and was instead from the upcoming Jackass 3D. Paramount set up a huge trailer with a screening room, and invited tons of fans (including yours truly) to watch about 10 minutes of the nastiest footage I’ve seen in awhile. Let’s just say this particular Jackass stunt involved Steve-O, a Porto-Potty, lots of poop and a bungee cord. Yeah. And it was in 3D. Yum.
Needless to say, the first trailer for the film is now online, and what you see is what you get. These guys have been around long enough for people to either love them or hate them, so if you’re a fan then get ready for plenty more of the usual stunts and pranks, except this time all of it is in 3D. Watch the trailer below and let us know what you think.

Denzel Washington and Chris Pine vs. The Train
Between this and the remake of Taking of Pelham 123, I’m starting to think that Denzel Washington has a serious thing for trains. Here, he teams up with Star Trek’s Chris Pine (finally – it’s nice to see this kid again on the big screen!) in an action-thriller called Unstoppable, about a couple of blue-collar workers forced to step in to try to stop a runaway train before it causes mass destruction.
Tony Scott directed the film, and it certainly has his signature all over it. You know how Tony’s brother Ridley Scott likes to work with Russell Crowe? Well, Tony has a similar thing for Denzel, as the two have paired up on several films including the aforementioned Taking of Pelham 123, Déjà vu, and Man on Fire. Check out the trailer below and let us know if you like it. It kind of reminds me of Speed, but with the train being the main villain.

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