Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Direct Download Links For Enchanted Trailer

[EDIT: If none of the below links work for you, there's another set on a newer post. This trailer can run, but it can't hide...]

The animation in Enchanted is looking pretty good and who doesn't like Amy Adams? I do, and I absolutely hated Junebug.


You can download the Enchanted trailer now in high-res 'normal' Quicktime as well as 480p, 720p and 1020p hi-def Quicktime too.

[EDIT: There's at least one mirror online, where you can still download the trailer. Know of any more?]

[EDIT: Courtesy of Michael - who wrote will I was sleeping, so sorry for the delay, Michael - here's another]

10 comments:

Mary Bills said...

Just curious as to how you got this trailer....

Anonymous said...

Where does he get anything? I mean, this place is filled with great scoops. If I knew where he got it all I'd start my own site.

Michael said...

Dang!

Missed it!

Takedown by the Ministry of Mouse??

Mary Bills said...

Funny how the link is no longer working....questions come to mind!

Anonymous said...

THE TRAILER ISNT ONLINE ANYMORE IDIOT! PUT IT BACK ON!!!

Anonymous said...

I thought the prupose of a trailer was to give audiences a glimpse of a film, not to, oh, I dunno, curry favour with certain outlets, or keep secret or any of that kind of business.

And I mean business when I say business.

Anybody download the trailer? Anybody going to upload it to YouTube?

Must be hundreds of people thinking of doing that right now.

Anonymous said...

Mary Bills was production manager on this film and she is leaving comments here so I think Disney have pulled it down. Good that we have sites like this that still get scoops and don't just take the shit shovelled out by the studios but bad that the studios still stamp on the little man. Who has the trailer still and has maybe uploaded it someplace???

Michael said...

It was up on YouTube at 18.30 GMT and had disappeared by 22.00.

[Quote] "This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by The Walt Disney Company"

In the UK we have an expression for this sort of inept behaviour: "It's no way to run a whelk stall."

Some other bunch of Hollywood clowns was doing exactly the same now-you-see-it-now-you-don't nonsense the other day with another animation trailer.

It makes you wonder if there's some new super strength snuff doing the rounds, or if they're just pathologically stupid in the PR departments. Tough call.

Bear in mind that for the Oscar ceremony featuring and honouring Disney's "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" the company hired seven real dwarfs, dressed them in character costumes and sent them up on to the roof of the cinema with several crates of beer to help them while away the time until the end of the ceremony.

It was a hot day. Much hilarity ensued.

So Disney really are no strangers to PR misadventures.

My only hope is that the film "Enchanted" will be one seventh as captivating as Snow White.

Anonymous said...

Use the mirror in the main post now. And keep the details of any more mirros coming.

Anonymous said...

If that new one stops working, I uploaded it to veoh at http://www.veoh.com/videos/v5291874BqacfF5 Enjoy!