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Tom Cruise’s Valkyrie – Trailer

The July 20th Plot on Hitler’s life is one of the most heroic, but least known episodes of World War II history. Severely wounded in combat, Colonel Claus von Stauffenberg returns from Africa to join the German Resistance, and help create Operation Valkyrie, the complex plan that will allow a shadow government to replace Hitler’s once he is dead. But fate and circumstance conspire to thrust Stauffenberg from one of many in the plot to a double-edged central role. Not only must he lead the coup and seize control of his nation’s government–he must kill Hitler himself.

Valkyrie hits theaters on Friday, December 26.

Tom Cruise’s Valkyrie – 1st Look Poster

MGM studios / United Artists have released the first look of director Bryan Singer and actor Tom Cruise’s Valkyrie one sheet (poster) that’ll be going up in theaters next week.

You can download a high resolution version of the image here, and Valkyrie hits theaters on Friday, December 26.

Synposis: The July 20th Plot on Hitler’s life is one of the most heroic, but least known episodes of World War II history. Severely wounded in combat, Colonel Claus von Stauffenberg returns from Africa to join the German Resistance, and help create Operation Valkyrie, the complex plan that will allow a shadow government to replace Hitler’s once he is dead. But fate and circumstance conspire to thrust Stauffenberg from one of many in the plot to a double-edged central role. Not only must he lead the coup and seize control of his nation’s government–he must kill Hitler himself.

Tom Cruise @ Bryan Singer’s Valkyrie – Trailer

After a couple of push back release dates for Bryan Singer’s thriller film – Valkyrie – starring Tom Cruise, we can whet our appetite with the trailer. And as far as I’m concern, it looks interesting; eventhough, it feels fimiliar – a la Mission Impossible.

Logline: Based on actual events, thriller depicts an attempt to assassinate Adolf Hitler at the height of World War II.

Synposis: The “July 20th Plot” on Hitler’s life is one of the most heroic, but least known episodes of World War II history. Severely wounded in combat, Colonel Claus von Stauffenberg returns from Africa to join the German Resistance, and help create Operation Valkyrie, the complex plan that will allow a shadow government to replace Hitler’s once he is dead. But fate and circumstance conspire to thrust Stauffenberg from one of many in the plot to a double-edged central role. Not only must he lead the coup and seize control of his nation’s government–he must kill Hitler himself.

Valkyrie flick hits theaters on February 13th of 2009, and was shot on location in Berlin, Germany.