Trailer For Stephen Chow's CJ7 Online Now!

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Yeah, you'd know this if you just scrolled down and saw The Visitor's advance notice that it was coming but for those who don't care for so much exertion, here's your notice. The first official trailer for the new sci-fi comedy by Stephen Chow of Shaolin Soccer and Kung Fu Hustle fame is now online on Yahoo sites throughout Asia. And it's lookin' sweet. But act fast! This is a time limited release that will be available for just slightly more than another fifteen hours and then it's gone.

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methosbNovember 23, 2007 8:28 AM

That kid is freakin hilarious.

Todd BrownNovember 23, 2007 1:33 PM

Thanks Rhythm-X ... I'd been using URL Helper which worked great for ages but when I switched to full wireless it just stopped working on all of my computers, which is weird 'cause I've had it going on my laptop before. Guess it hated my router ...

Kurt HalfyardNovember 23, 2007 9:20 PM

Al: Maybe the thought of a parent abandoning their child in a comedy didnt' play well with the Sony Marketing department. Mainstream chinese humour has always been a bit more extreme than mainstream american humour.

Rhythm-XNovember 24, 2007 12:58 AM

I hope that's not gonna be typical of the accuracy of the subtitles on the actual film. Then again, if I refused to watch a Stephen Chow film because of inaccuracies in the subtitles, I'd have never seen one in the first place.

Al YoungNovember 24, 2007 4:16 AM

Hey Kurt, I can understand where Sony is coming from with the alteration. I couldn't help but chuckle when Chow said that, even when its a bit extreme.

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Sony Pictures has a channel on Dailymotion with the CJ7 teaser:

I'm assuming the HD teaser will be available on at some point when the official site is launched.