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See the Indiana Jones 4 theatrical trailer in terrible quality 30 Apr, 2008, 15:27 / 7 comments

Here at the International House of Leaked Indy4 Footage, we pride ourselves in linking you to the latest and greatest of shoddy Youtube renditions of upcoming Crystal Skull video marketing.

Up now (temporarily, I'm sure) is the full theatrical trailer for the movie which will be attached to Iron Man and will likely be available for download on the official web site in a few days. It's probably recommend that you just wait until then when you can see the trailer in more than seven lines of resolution, but if you insist.

UPDATE (yes, by Tingler again, the Bringer of Doom): It's gone! It's ALL gone! Guess we're waiting until it comes up properly now!

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  • jp-30 on 30 Apr, 2008, 20:48…
    Love the Marlon Brando tribute at 0:56
  • The Tingler on 30 Apr, 2008, 08:02…
    Well, attached to Iron Man in the US anyway. I'll be lucky if my local VUE multiplex shows the last Indy trailer...
  • The Tingler on 30 Apr, 2008, 15:29…
    Feel free to remove that Embedded link when the inevitable lawyers swoop in. Or when we can link to the better quality version, whichever comes first.
  • Melancholick on 30 Apr, 2008, 07:24…
    I wouldn't worry about that, el. The "living dead" most likely refers to the Cemetery Guards who have been seen in action figure form recently... you can see what appears to be one of them leaping down from a tree in the trailer.

    They're dressed in tattered rags and skull masks, and it's speculated that



    SPOILZ


    John Hurt's character first appears in one such costume.
  • Capn_Nacho on 30 Apr, 2008, 06:50…
    Ah, Parmount PIctures doesn't want us to see this.
  • elTee on 30 Apr, 2008, 06:11…
    Argh living dead? That explains those weird grey guys in that most-recent TV spot I guess. I dunno, it'll be better when we can see it in HD but all that has done is make me both more excited and more apprehensive at the same time.
  • The Tingler on 30 Apr, 2008, 15:29…
    Yeah, "living dead" is part of the myth, probably not the actuality. Unless it's a final-moment ghost thing like in Raiders.