Here's That Three Year-Old 'Red Dawn' Remake Trailer. *Sighs* "Wolverines"

Now with 60% less political tension. Though the film was shelved for a while, then reshot because the Chinese objected to being portrayed as one-dimensionally, anonymously evil, but it may have worked out in the end for the producers of Red Dawn, due mostly to the fact that its cast got REALLY famous while the film was in limbo. Josh Peck, Josh Hutcherson, and the non-Josh Chris Hemsworth have found varying degrees of mainstream and indie success in the past three years. While most remakes are pandering and wildly uneecesary, this film seems like one that should be remade every 20 years or so, just to remind us that foreigners are evil and America's youth loves killing people.

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