Battle: Los Angeles Preview: Latest Poster & Trailer

Posted by Grey Sunday, January 16, 2011

Watch an actual Black Hawk go down in this latest trailer of the film with the much-lauded description of "Black Hawk Down meets Independence Day".

We have earlier shown you the first and second trailer of Battle: Los Angeles, the Sci-Fi film with a realism tinge depicting the struggle of a platoon of Marines and Airmen fighting off a massive alien invasion in Los Angeles.

Still sporting Jóhann Jóhannsson's "Sun's Gone Dim and The Sky's Black", which was put to great effect in first trailer of the film, the third trailer is by far, the best yet, with a more elaborate emphasis on the mundane lives of the main characters before the invasion hits home.

Also revealed in this trailer would be the plot point that a major scale meteor attack was actually anticipated by the authorities in Los Angeles before it turned out to be a covert attack by the aliens before the full-blown invasion.

From what we have seen thus far, the film seemed set to remove the bad taste we had in our undead mouths after the dismal alien invasion from Skyline.

Battle: Los Angeles is scheduled to be released on March 11th, 2011.

Below are some of the screens taken from the trailer, followed by a new poster, which is a fresh variation in style to the earlier posters.


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