Film trailer: 'Johnny English Reborn' with Rowan Atkinson
Monday 22 August 2011
In another send-up of spy capers, the second trailer for
Johnny English Reborn starring Rowan Atkinson (Mr. Bean) was released on August 18 to play in cinemas this weekend and in time for the initial release in select Pacific Asian markets.
This second installment will be released eight years after the original, finding the spy up against international assassins hunting down the Chinese premier.
The buffoonery opens with the "greatest agent" leaving an ashram hideout to return to service, continuing his clumsy, witless moves to accidentally succeed in his mission - maybe.
The comedy costars Gillian Anderson ( X-Files), Dominic West ( 300) and Rosamund Pike ( An Education).
The film opens in Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, India, Spain and Norway in September, followed by Germany, Brazil, the UK, France and other territories in October, and ending with North America October 28.
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