At Long Last, A US Trailer And Release Date For Kim Jee-woon's THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE WEIRD

Todd Brown, Founder and Editor
You can thank the ridiculous threat of a pointless lawsuit over the film's title for delaying the North American release of Kim Jee-woon's kimchi western The Good, The Bad And The Weird but with the whiny folks at MGM now teetering on the edge of outright collapse the legal issues have been resolved and and the film is finally slated to hit US screens April 23rd.  And you know what that means?  New trailer!

In the 1930s Manchurian desert, where lawlessness rules, the fates of three mysterious Korean men collide on a train carrying precious cargo. The Good, a suave bounty hunter, The Bad, the brazen leader of a gang of outlaws, and The Weird, a hard-up robber with nine lives, are swept up in a frantic chase across the wilderness, fighting all the way for possession of a mysterious treasure map. THE GOOD, THE BAD, THE WEIRD explodes in a flurry of violence as the Japanese Army and a brassed-off posse of Chinese bandits join the pursuit. Who will claim the prize for themselves? In this pulse-pounding adventure, you can never be sure who exactly is good, bad, or weird.


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