Elephant, Ho! It's The Final Trailer For Tony Jaa's TOM YUM GOONG 2!

Todd Brown, Founder and Editor
It would appear that the powers that be at Sahamongkol Film in Thailand have taken a breather from holding "How dare Tony Jaa have a career outside of Thailand?" press conferences long enough to remember that they're actually meant to be promoting the upcoming release of Jaa star vehicle Tom Yum Goong 2 right now, and you know what that means? That means it's time for the final trailer for the film.

We got some elephant. We got some gunplay. We got fists, elbows, knees, motorcycles and some Jeeja Yanin. We got Mum Jokmok smushing his face up against a window. We got some dodgy CGI (though just a bit), a bit of RZA and a fresh look at that amazing car stunt from the first teaser. They're not holding back with this one, so check it out below.
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  • goldknight1

    jesus RZA is the worst actor in the world, right in line behind Nicolas Cage...

    WHY IS HE IN THIS MOVIE?!?!?

  • Nikhil Sunil

    Nicolas Cage is a bad actor?

    That's a joke right?

  • TasteYourParty

    Much better trailer! Love the gunplay fight but hopefully they just didn't show all if it.

  • Stephen Weng

    Sure is a good time for martial arts movie fans!!!

  • arturo

    It looks good, but i hate the backing music in the trailer (very distracting)..I wish they could cut the trailer properly..

  • Sunwukong88

    Jeeja looks especially cute

  • cuttermaran

    I am excited!

  • Rage72

    Is that Marrese Crump who Jaa's fighting in this?

  • Yep, that's him.

  • ricksomchai

    Anna and the King and Passion of the Christ are both BANNED however I never noticed anything else, Was to busy eating lol

  • Art Vandelay

    Nice martial arts movies in October. It's nice to see some action-packed physicality instead of overwhelming CGI this and frantic overediting that.

  • Goldie_Hawn_Golden_Shower

    Tony Jaa is like, Special ID who? Todd if you can answer this for me, is Thai Cinema control by the gov't too like Vietnam or is it more like Hong Kong? You can never ban a movie in Thailand, they showing it all!!!

  • Thailand is much more like Hong Kong in approach to content and ratings. A couple things have been banned there, but very, very little.

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