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Thanks to the kind folks at Touchstone Pictures, we have a bunch of photos and some videos to share with you for the upcoming movie "The Prestige" which is opening Friday, October 20th.
"The Prestige" stars Hugh Jackman, Christian Bale, Michael Caine, David Bowie, and Scarlett Johansson and tells the tale of two young stage magicians in 1878 who clash in a darkened saloon during the course of a fraudulent séance. From this moment on, their lives become webs of deceit and exposure, secrets and revelations, as they feud to outwit and destroy one another. Their rivalry takes them both to the peak of their careers, but with terrible consequences.
Along with 36 photos for the movie, we also have links to the following videos:
- Featurette: "A Special Inside Look"
- TV Spot: "Battle"
- TV Spot: "Deceived"
- TV Spot: "Secrets"
- TV Spot: "Twist and Turn"
- Trailer (Quicktime 720p HD)
- Trailer (Quicktime)
- Movie Trailer (Quicktime)
I'm looking forward to this movie, as it is directed by Christopher Nolan, the man who brought the Batman franchise from the brink of self-destruction, and stars some very good actors. The story is also very fresh in a day and age when sequels are more common than original ideas.
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