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Watch a Red Band Clip from 'Dredd 3D' Without Having to be at Comic-Con

Those lucky enough to be in San Diego for Comic-Con had the opportunity to see Dredd 3D in full last night at its world premiere. The rest of us have to settle for watching the first trailer for the film over and over. Until this very moment, that is!

Fandango's own Grae Drake, and Managing Editor Erik Davis, are both currently sitting on the Masters of the Web panel at Comic-Con, which is an "annual gathering of some of the most prominent and influential film pundits on the web discuss the film industry, writing for film online, film fandom, and a whole lot more." It just so happens that the panel this year is being presented by Lionsgate and moderated by Judge Dredd himself, Karl Urban. And of course that means seeing a tiny bit more of Dredd.

The below clip is what Lionsgate will be showing to fans at the panel, but thankfully Lionsgate also wants to share it with fans who aren't at Comic-Con via And I'd tell you more about the clip, but they're keeping it under wraps so those at the panel and those online all see it at the same time. I can tell you this, though: It's Red Band worthy, and since the buzz around the film is praising its impressive violence, we're guessing that means you won't want to press play on this if you're near someone with a sensitive stomach.

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