‘White House Down’ Extended Trailer Debuts

White House Down

Tatum-Foxx actioner due out June

Sony has released an extended trailer to tout its biggest summer entry, “White House Down,” with a mix of explosions and laugh lines.

The 4-minute trailer contains plenty of action plus several humorous exchanges between Jamie Foxx as President Sawyer and Channing Tatum playing a Secret Service agent who leaps into action to defend the president when a paramilitary group takes over the White House.

The trailer features what’s already been established as Foxx’s signature laugh line to a terrorist — “Get your hands off my Jordans!”

The June 28 release, directed by Ronald Emmerich, opens against Fox’s cop comedy “The Heat,” starring Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy.

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  2. donna says:

    Looks great can’t wait to see it!

  3. Brian says:

    That would be Roland Emmerich….damn spellchk

  4. Foxx’s signature laugh line is not really funny; maybe to hear Jamie deliver the “humor” in context. Maybe. A look-alike film in tandem with OLYMPUS HAS FALLEN, and the excess of a 4-minute “extended” trailer, seems self-aggrandizing to the point of desperation, which it is; but equally it shows scant confidence in what faith Sony may have in the movie…or is it paranoia? Of course, this sort of rambunctiousness will be expected with every release, one suspects. And the paranoia.

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