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While they may not have intended to make a straight western like the comics, at least they would’ve made something different. We’re dealing with a surge of comic book films right now and this one won’t be remembered. It’s incredibly paint-by-numbers and not the unique piece of craziness we would’ve gotten if Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor directed as intended. If you’re interested in what their version would’ve been like and how their original draft differs, look no further. Here it is.

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If your favorite part of the theater-going experience is the trailers this weekend holds a special treat for you. Head down to your local cineplex, buy a ticket for Splice or Get Him To the Greek, and then sneak into a showing of Jonah Hex. At under eighty minutes it’s a little long for a traditional trailer, and it gives away too much of the ending, but the brief hints of big action, effects, and fun will really get you excited for when the actual movie is released.

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This week, Fat Guy Kevin Carr opens up his toy box to look at Toy Story 3D and Jonah Hex.

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IGN has debuted a new trailer for the upcoming Warner Bros. release Jonah Hex. And while the production has been marred by reports of re-shoots, editing problems and a list of creative differences longer than its eventual credit roll, this new trailer could give fans a bit of hope.

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A 10-second TV spot for Jonah Hex has appeared on SyFy this week, touting a release of the film’s first trailer later this week. According to the spot, the Hex trailer will debut on SyFy Thursday, just before it is set to hit theaters with A Nightmare on Elm Street this coming weekend.

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Earlier this week, we began to hear rumblings about potential reshoots on Jonah Hex. But at the time, there wasn’t much information. Now we’ve got some, and it’s juicy.

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he Spanish-speaking movie geeks at Omelete, partner site of our friends at Collider, have gotten their hands on a new look at Josh Brolin as the supernatural gunslinger Jonah Hex. But that’s not all.

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Straight from the halls of Comic-Con in San Diego, the brand new poster for Warner Bros. upcoming wild west shootout Jonah Hex has made its way into the public eye.

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The Hollywood trades are reporting today that comedic journeyman Will Arnet and Oscar nominated creepy guy Michael Shannon have signed on to join Jonah Hex, the Jimmy Hayward directed comic adaptation about a scarred bounty hunter tracking a voodoo practitioner across the wild, wild west.

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Hex Needs New Directors

What do you do when Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor, the outrageous duo behind Crank and Pathology,walk away from directing your big screen adaption of a gritty, bloody, violent, adult comic book? You pull a complete 180 degree turn and hire the guy who made Horton Hears a Who!

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