The first TV spot for Len Wiseman's reboot of Total Recall, starring Colin Farrell, has arrived on the web.
We've seen some of this footage in previous trailers, but the scene between Farrell and Kate Beckinsale is new. And, apparently, we haven't even begun to see her try to kill him.
Total Recall opens wide August 3.
Before Paul Verhoeven made 1990s Total Recall, David Cronenberg pitched his own vision of the film, which would have hewed more closely to the source material (Philip K. Dick's story We Can Remember It For You Wholesale) than Verhoeven's action flick did.
Over at io9, artist Ron Miller has released a big batch of concept art from that never-was Cronenberg film -- the director went on to make The Fly instead -- and it gives a good look at the Total Recall that could have been.
What do you think? Would it have topped the Schwarzenegger-starring version?
It remains to be seen whether this Total Recall will be a worthy successor to Paul Verhoeven's 1990 original, but flying cars, memory implants gone wrong, dubstep, and Jessica Biel all seem like good signs.
Total Recall, also starring Kate Beckinsale, John Cho and Bryan Cranston, hits theaters August 3rd.
The new preview gives us a good look at flying cars, lots of explosions, armored troops and Kate Beckinsale, so there's not much more you can ask for from a preview -- except maybe some dialogue.
Total Recall, starring Colin Farrell, Kate Beckinsale, Bryan Cranston and Jessica Biel, is due in theaters August 3rd.
The first footage from the Colin Farrell-starring Total Recall reboot is now online, courtesy of Sony Pictures Taiwan.
The 30-second spot, which uses plenty of footage shown at last year's Comic Con, takes Farrell's Douglas Quaid inside the Rekall shop for some shiny new memories.
Total Recall is directed by Len Wiseman and stars Farrell, Kate Beckinsale, Jessica Biel, Bryan Cranston and John Cho. It's due out August 3rd, 2012.