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Written by Ivan Radford   
Tuesday, 28 February 2012 13:15

There's all kinds of mixed buzz flying around John Carter. Will it be as good as fans say? Will it be as big a flop as Disney executives fear? Having still not watched it yet (ask me again on Friday morning), all I can say is I still think it looks pretty decent. Either way, this final John Carter trailer is certainly no less convincing than anything else we've seen so far. And besides, it has Mark Strong in it. What could go wrong?




But a memo to Disney: enough with the white, gorilla wolf motherfucker, OK? No one wants to see Attack of the Clones again.


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  • john carter
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