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The Teaser Trailer for Constantin Film's Tarzan

Source:   The Playlist
October 5, 2012


Constantin Film has revealed the teaser trailer for their 3D animated adventure Tarzan, featuring the captured performances of Kellan Lutz ("The Twilight Saga") as Tarzan and Spencer Locke ("Resident Evil" films) as Jane.

Directed by Reinhard Klooss from a script by Klooss, Jessica Postigo and Yoni Brenner, the film is expected to hit German theaters next summer. A North American distributor has not been revealed yet.

Tarzan updates the classic Edgar Rice Burroughs jungle hero. For example, Tarzanís parents, billionaire adventurers, are now killed in airplane crash rather than being marooned with their child. And the movieís villain is the CEO of Greystoke Energies, a man who took over the company from Tarzanís deceased parents. Jane is the daughter of an African guide and is committed to the conservation and preservation of the African jungle.


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