Film trailer: Jack Black in 'Gulliver's Travels' in 3D
Wednesday 03 November 2010
From the producers of the
Night at the Museum film series, this new take on the classic tale of
Gulliver's Travels, which was converted to 3D, finds Jack Black in the title role along with co-stars Jason Segel (
Knocked Up), Emily Blunt (
Young Victoria), and Billy Connolly (
The second trailer for this comedy tells the story of a mailroom clerk, posing as a journalist, suddenly on assignment in the Bermuda Triangle.
Footage shows Black's character landing on Lilliput with its tiny inhabitants enslaving the monster invader. He becomes a hero until the true identity of "The President of Awesome" is revealed when he must duel a Transformer-like robot and take on an entire army to redeem himself.
The family film is part of the holiday fare hitting theaters December 22.
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