The Sorcerer's Apprentice trailer (UPDATE)



Similar establishing shots to the Percy Jackson film, only showcasing the Chrysler Building as opposed to the Empire State. Interesting.

Watch it large here.

Bonus factoid: Nic Cage's birthday is 1/7. According to the wiki Google maps link, the Chrysler's zip code is 10017 and sits on 40.7517º North.

UPDATE: Interesting timing dept.: "Nicolas Cage's ex-girlfriend is suing the actor and his former business manager, claiming she is owed more than $13 million and a house the actor promised her."

5 comments:

  1. A pity they don't release it the 17th ;)

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  2. Nice Catch, Chris!

    IT IS NOT A MYTH! IT IS NOT AN ILLUSION!

    So nice of them to start off with that statement considering that the film seem to be overloaded with mythological archetypes.

    So, let's see what we have here: Eagle/Phoenix Rising, Gargoyles, Reptiles, Dragons, Fire, Burning, Circle, Ferris Wheels, Starburst, Initiation, Son/Sun/Rising Sun (Apprentice), Statue of Liberty - Isis/Semiramis/Columbia, Red and White, Dualism, Transformation, Sorcery and the train, Shadow, and of course Mr. Saturn himself - Nicolas Cage.

    This should be fun to see how far down the rabbit hole the symbolism go? Then again, with Disney, we know they are gonna take us quite far. Don't we?

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  3. an intresting image if you can compare the 6 circles from 1:53 with the round table image from here: http://redicecreations.com/ul_img/9006COPleak_inner.jpg
    it looks very similar

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  4. IT IS NOT A MYTH! IT IS NOT AN ILLUSION!

    Indeed, Disney has always been hold with presenting occult symbolism. Seems like they are going to use real life sigil symbolism as well for the Sorcerer's workshop. The younger actor in this movie, the apprentice, is really into occultism it seems. Perhaps he doesn't even realize the true significance of all the symbolism, I know Nicholas Cage does.
    Needless to say, this movie is far more than a kids movie in reality. The coincidences are far too uncanny, as well as the symbolism.

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