In probably the most hyped movie of the season, thanks to Paramount’s viral marketing campaign, a giant monster attacks Manhattan. Audiences see the action Blair Witch-style via footage from a survivor’s handheld camera — one, they’re told, that was later found at Incident Site 447, the ”area formerly known as Central Park.” That’s about all we know…for now.
Posted January 17 2008 — 12:00 AM EST
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