The first trailer for Cameron Crowe‘s adaptation of Benjamin Mee‘s memoir We Bought a Zoo hit the interwebs back in September, and while that trailer aimed a bit too squarely for the heart, I’m a sucker for Crowe working for emotion, and the shades of Jerry Maguire (the quitting! the Tom Petty music!) work for me like nothing else. Throw in some animals, cute kids, and soaring music, and I’m a mewling mess of feelings-goo. But if you’re not as gooey as I am, this new international trailer might work much better for you.
Check out the international trailer for We Bought a Zoo after the break, featuring Matt Damon, Scarlett Johansson, Thomas Haden Church, Elle Fanning and Patrick Fugit.
This new trailer keeps the same first half from the previous trailer, but things change up a bit in the second half as Damon’s character (based on Mee) has to handle some of the tougher aspects of maintaining a zoo. Who knew that keeping, housing, and feeding a pack of wild animals would be so hard on the wallet?
We Bought a Zoo opens on December 23. [ComingSoon]
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