Official DREDD Website Now Live

Official DREDD Website Now Live

The official website for the adaption of the beloved 2000AD comic book 'Dredd' is now live.

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By roybatt - 6/13/2012


Dredd website is now live featuring a synopsis, link to the poster and not much else as of yet. Hopefully this means a trailer is finally imminent. Check it out at www.dreddthemovie.com
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bane187 - 6/13/2012, 11:27 PM
First and finally something from dredd
sansClaymore - 6/14/2012, 12:02 AM
someone let them know theres a typo under synopsis... its executioner not EEcutioner lol fail
buchii - 6/14/2012, 12:50 AM
cool
INSTANTJUSTICE - 6/14/2012, 1:10 AM
@sansClaymore "someone let them know theres a typo under synopsis... its executioner not EEcutioner lol fail"





Should be "it's" which is a contraction of "it is", not "its" which is a possessive pronoun.


If you're going to act smart and pedantically point out the mistakes of others, you must at first be smarter.
R888 - 6/14/2012, 1:15 AM
We need a trailer NOW
jimoakley666 - 6/14/2012, 3:13 AM
"...a futuristic Neo-Noir..." it says in the synopsis.

[frick]ing cool!
roybatt - 6/14/2012, 4:19 AM
The spelling mistake, however small, shows a lack of care for a film which has so far been treated poorly by the promotions department.
The teaser poster is great but they really need to put out a teaser or trailer by now. Apparently they don't have a lot of money to promote the film and are saving most of the advertising until the few weeks leading up to the UK release- which is unheard of for a character like Dredd.
The property deserves better. However the film itself is supposed to be great (cool, distinctive, fresh, violent with a thumping synth track). I hope the promotions for the film improve so that enough people get to see the film to warrant a sequel.
opencurtain - 6/14/2012, 8:17 AM
roybatt - 6/14/2012, 9:08 AM
Considering the way Stallone pronounces the 'Leeaaww' in the original- perhaps it was him that wrote the synopsis;-)
roybatt - 6/14/2012, 3:27 PM
Just a thought- why is Dredd carrying his gun with his left hand in the poster? I have a feeling we'll be seeing a trailer for this tommorrow. Fingers crossed!!!

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