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Trailer: The Life of Pi

Written by Royal Nonesuch on Wednesday, July 25 2012 and posted in Features
Trailer: The Life of Pi

The trailer for Ang Lee's adaptation of Yann Martel's 2001 novel Life of Pi has hit the internet.



Source: Mashable

Yann Martel's Life of Pi was a literary sensation when it hit store shelves back in 2001.  Now, after almost a decade of developmental problems, the film adaptation just might cause some waves of its own (so to speak).  The story of a lost Indian boy stuck on the high seas with a tiger, director Ang Lee creates an immersive cinematic environment that, going by the trailer below, seems to look pretty much exactly the way the book reads, only with more colors and things.  Check out the preview for the visual spectacle below, and count your blessing that this turned out not to be an M. Night Shyamalan film.  

 

 

 






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