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New trailer for PIRATE RADIO, formerly THE BOAT THAT ROCKED

Chase Whale

by: Chase Whale
September 18th, 2009

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There was once a time when we thought THE BOAT THAT ROCKED had tipped over. Almost a year ago, we supplied you with the first trailer, when PIRATE RADIO was known as THE BOAT THAT ROCKED. A few posters popped up here and there, but the release date kept getting pushed back.

Good news came aboard when we found out that PIRATE RADIO would be opening in the states on November 13th. Now we have a new, freshly cut trailer (VH1 exclusive) for your viewing pleasure. Check it out after the jump!

PIRATE RADIO's powerful cast includes Philip Seymour Hoffman, Bill Nighy, Rhys Ifans, Nick Frost, Kenneth Branagh, and Tom Sturridge. The film tells the incredible story of a band of rogue deejays who captivated British radio listeners in the 60s, playing the music that defined a generation and boldly defying the government that tried to shut them down.

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  • sharon

    I saw the film already and loved all 2 hours+ of it. I hope the American cut is equally good! Amazing cast and extremely hilarious!
    Definitely not used to the new logo.

    Hope this does well!

  • http://www.twitter.com/chasewhale Chase Whale

    Glad you liked the film sharon! I'm definitely looking forward to seeing it!!

  • Name

    Ive seen this already, great film, but why change the name?

  • Name

    Ive seen this already, great film, but why change the name?

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