By Ryan Parsons | Image property of Warner Bros Pictures, TrailerAddict
Where The Wild Things Are
After seeing the first trailer for Where the Wild Things Are I was impressed. I couldn't remember the book exactly, but the film looked stellar. It took a few months later for me to encounter the actual book, when it was brought out poolside at my parents' house. Yes, I completely remembered it, and I figured I might as well have some reading material while in the sun. Took me about 45 seconds to read it, further wowing me on the principle that somebody was able to make an entire feature film off of it. I read it about a dozen more times to be sure and concluded that no pages were stuck together.
Trailer: Where the Wild Things Are
Where the Wild Things Are follows the adventures of Max, a head-strong young boy who leaves home after having a fight with his mother -- only to find himself in a mysterious forest bordering a vast sea. Misunderstood and rebellious, Max sets sail to the land of the Wild Things, where mischief reigns.
It comes as no surprise that Warner Bros. made sure to use the same music they used in the first trailer. The track by Arcade Fire is a perfect fit, and I was secretly hoping they'd use it again. What is different, however, is all the visuals and added dialogue. So check out the trailer for Where the Wild Things Are at Yahoo or below (via TrailerAddict):
Where The Wild Things Are opens to theaters October 16th.