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Gargoyles Official 2014 Fan Trailer

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Published on Dec 23, 2013

2014 Gargoyles Official Fan Trailer

The year is 1994 in Manhattan where a precious artifact previously donated by David Xanatos (Liam Neeson) "The Eye of Odin" has been stolen by a Gargoyle-like figure. Elisa (Kristin Kreuk) realizing the lie Xanatos is plotting in order to make the city turn their back on the Gargoyles, she does whatever it takes to protect them. While the Gargoyles try to hide in the shadows to prevent being attacked by the city people, Xanatos deploys his new form of attack. The gargoyles rush in for a confrontation with Xanatos, but find themselves confronting something nobody expected.

Based on Disney's Gargoyles Episode, "The Edge"

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Disclaimer: This trailer uses existing clips from various movies and shows that I do not own. I simply composed the clips and added my visual effects on top of them along with completely original ROMTHIRTY CGI sequences. This trailer is not made for any form of profit, simply a form of entertainment. The Gargoyles trailer showcases various styles of visual effects including, 3d tracking, character removal, image replacement, 2D animation, 3d modeling, 3d animation, audio mixing, color correction, fun fan Easter eggs, and more.

This is exclusively a fan trailer. ROMTHIRTY is not affiliated, sponsored by, or connected with Disney or Disney Television Animation and/or any Disney Affiliate.

Created by:
www.romthirty.com

Xanatos Voice:
Bentley Michaels (http://www.bentleymichaels.com/)

Music:
Mainframe Disturbance
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dk_cgx...

Special Thanks to:
Erik Gonzales

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