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Channing Tatum: 'The Eagle' Trailer with Jamie Bell!

Channing Tatum: 'The Eagle' Trailer with Jamie Bell!

Check out the trailer for the Kevin Macdonald-directed Roman epic adventure, The Eagle, out February 11, 2011!

In Roman-ruled Britain, young Roman soldier Marcus (Channing Tatum) endeavors to honor his father’s memory by finding his lost legion’s golden emblem. Jamie Bell plays the slave Esca, who accompanies Marcus on their journey. Along the way Marcus realizes that the mystery of his father’s disappearance may well be linked to the secret of his own slave’s identity and loyalty – a secret all the more pressing when the two come face-to-face with the warriors of the fearsome Seal Prince (Tahar Rahim).


Channing Tatum: ‘The Eagle’ Trailer with Jamie Bell!
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10 Comments

# 1

It still amazes me that Channing Tatum gets cast in movies.

# 2

This is going to be so bad, he has no accent! wth is that about…. goo see Centurion instead and leave it at that.

# 3

What the hell? This is supposed to be Britain?? I swear pretty much everyone in that had an American accent. Bloody Hollywood……

# 4

I don’t know about you guys but it actually looks interesting to me oh well.

# 5

the only good thing about all of that is JAMIE BELL.

# 6

lol@channings voice. back in the day american accents ruled! rawr!

# 7

who is this guy blowing to get all these parts? it’s a mystery. Tom Hardy would have been perfect in this part

# 8

This movie actually looks pretty good. I hope it’s good enough to blow the haters away and some of the people who might doubt that this movie will crash.

Channing Tatum’s accent was pretty good. I didn’t really see him in the role. I saw a totally different person (well done Channing). I hope this movie rocks.

# 9
Heads/Tails @ 11/14/2010 at 2:19 am

Tatum’s accent is distracting. It’s not that it is American, it’s that he acts as if he is playing a soldier in Iraq, 2010. He would have the same effect in a modern uniform……

@Lisa:

Apparently the director has all the Romans played by Americans – all the British played by British actors. Emphasises the differences and saves all the messing about with people attempting accents with varying degrees of success.

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