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Thursday
Feb142013

New 'Oblivion' Trailer Reveals A Bit More Of The Mystery

Tom Cruise may have hurt his career with the mediocre War of the Worlds and his public Scientology rants, but Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol put his name back on the map, and we're getting the fruits of that success with Oblivion, and upcoming sci-film from Joseph Kosinski, the writer and director of Tron: Legacy.  Details about the project, beyond the post-apocalyptic concept, are sparse.  The newest trailer doesn't quite remedy that, but it shows us more of the mystery, and that ultimately works better.

You can see the cliches coming from a mile away (soldier get's captured, is shown the truth), but the film looks to hide some other really interesting secrets.  Jack Reacher proved that people won't see a movie just because it has Tom Cruise in it, so it really needs to be able to draw the audience in.

Oblivion is set for an April 12th release date.

</p> <p>You can see the cliches coming from a mile away (soldier get's captured, is shown the truth), but the film looks to hide some other really interesting secrets.&nbsp; <a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0790724/?ref_=sr_1" mce_href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0790724/?ref_=sr_1"><i>Jack Reacher</i></a> proved that people won't see a movie just because it has Tom Cruise in it, so it really needs to be able to draw the audience in.</p> <p><i>Oblivion</i> is set for an April 12th release date.</p>

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