Fan Trailer Friday: Batman The Great Wall Trailer Mashup

The Great Wall features Matt Damon as the main protagonist, but it's hard to figure that if a Batsignal existed there that no one would use it. That's the premise of Stryder HD's newest project, which brings the Dark Knight to the great wall's aid.

The trailer boasts footage from a variety of films, but they mostly come from The Great Wall's various trailers and Christopher Nolan's epic Batman Begins. There's also shots from Exodus: Gods and Kings and Lord of the Rings, including a scene towards the end that imposes Bale's likeness on Viggo Mortensen's body. The trailer actually works quite well, including the scenes where Batman is superimposed on the Great Wall itself.

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As for The Great Wall, Matt Damon provided with his own description of the anticipated film's plot.

"There are three Westerners in the movie; it's Pedro and me and Willem Dafoe," he explained to "And we play these guys who are mercenaries who basically come to steal gun powder from the Chinese and we've heard of this legendary weapon and we want to bring it back to the West and try to conquer the West with it. And we kind of stumble upon this secretive army that basically exists to defend the Great Wall against these monsters that attack every 60-years. And we kind of stumble upon them on the eve of this battle and prove ourselves useful enough that we end of fighting with them against this assault of monsters."

The Great Wall is directed by Yimou Zhang, and stars Matt Damon (William Garin), Pedro Pascal (Pero Tovar), Willem Dafoe, Tian Jing (Commander Lin Mei), Andy Lau, Eddie Peng, Numan Acar (Najid), Lu Han (Han Lu), Kenny Lin, Hanyu Zhang, Cheney Chen (Chen Zuedong), Junkai Wang (The Emperor), Xuan Huang, Ryan Zheng (Zheng Kai), and Yu Xintian.


The Great Wall hits theaters on February 17, 2017.