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Hey there, I’m Chelsea Cannell and you’re watching clevver Movies! We’ve got your first look at pictures from the set of Steven Spielberg’s Dreamworks Collabo War Horse. The film which was shot in Dart-moor is about a young boy whose horse is sold to the cavalry during World War 1. Spielberg has said that working with horses was very enlightening for him since he has family members who ride often but he added that he was previously unaware of how expressive the animals could be. He first found out about the story when he saw the play based on the 1982 novel of the same name. The 4 photos released show just how beautiful the film will be when in opens in theaters on December 28th 2011.

It really sounds like a beautiful story- are you guys planning to see it when it comes out after the holidays? Fill me in in our comments and let us know what you think of the photos by tweeting us @clevvermovies.

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25 Responses to First Look At Steven Spielberg’s “War Horse” Movie

  1. Anonymous says:

    I watched the movie for the first time today. I still want to see the play immensely, but the movie is still fantastic as it’s a different medium. I’m quite pleased that this story has come from a book and is now a play and a movie. It’s very special.

  2. Anonymous says:

    i’ve watched the play in london a year and a half ago
    it was the most amaizing play i have ever seen, so briliant with the
    puppet work and, music and background.
    and i’m really exited and waiting to watch the movie
    eventhough it would be completly different.
    i hope it would be amaizing none the less but in a different way.

  3. Anonymous says:

    this was the greatest movie EVER… of all time… also i never noticed that the horse is in the background at 0:25 lol

  4. Anonymous says:

    I loved this movie I have seen it twice already…I cried from begining to end…It has even made the Oscar list and it deserves to win an Oscar.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Hope you had a Great Christmas have a listen to our Christmas Audio Book IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE ON 34th STREET. If we can get the funding this Story will make CHRISTMAS even more special. Please pass it around and hopefully one day it will get to SPIELBERG.

  6. Anonymous says:

    I read this book when I was about 11. It was a really good book and it has been my favorite. Very detailed, and made my heart race. I Always wanted a movie about it, and finally, I can’t beleive it’s happening!

  7. Anonymous says:

    Target audience… those who like to watch grass grow and paint dry.

  8. Anonymous says:

    I can’t wait to see this movie! the horse genre is rising anew and attracting big names and i’m so happy. my family and i have showed horses for years and love these amazing animals and glad more people get to experience their magesty. theres a saying among horse people that you don’t choose the horse the horse chooses you and once you have a bond it can never be broken and that’s what this movie shows

  9. Anonymous says:

    I dont think you can ever compare the movie and the play since they are nothing alike. The play is no doubt a fantastic and magical experience. But I am still anxious to see this film especially since this is a Spielberg film. It looks very good. Im seeing in Xmas Day

  10. Anonymous says:

    No but the trailer looks amazing and people are saying its stupid because they think the director changes everything…..I haven’t seen anything but it just looks very amazing and it would be an excllent Christmas gift!

  11. Anonymous says:

    Wait, you’ve seen this too? And sorry I repeated myself in the comment.. it didn’t make any sense.. I said like this doesn’t suck twice.. yeahhh Imma spazz.

  12. Anonymous says:

    If you want the magic, read the book. The movie is based off the book while , if i know correctly, the teather might be also based some off the book, but got it’s own quirks.

  13. Anonymous says:

    I agree :)

  14. Anonymous says:

    I cried watching the trailers, I don’t wanna know how much I will when I watch it xD

  15. Anonymous says:

    I love the play so much!!!
    so I absolutely can’t wait for this movie!!!!!

  16. Anonymous says:

    Already saw this. Got a special preview. 😛 It’s amazing! if you think this will suck, go watch it. It’s especially an excellent family movie. And if you think this movie will suck, well, then you’re an idiot.

  17. Anonymous says:


    U do make a point there ;)

  18. Anonymous says:

    just because he doesnt die doesnt mean the movie isnt going to be worth watching. i knew what the ending of avatar was going to be but the movie was still freaking amazing

  19. Anonymous says:

    @trappedjesus432 sorry for spoiling. :( i was talking to someone else , but even though i read the book im still going to see it. Sorry again :(

  20. Anonymous says:

    Not cool for spoiling the end, less is more yeah know?

  21. Anonymous says:

    I’m definitely going to see this.

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  23. Anonymous says:

    OMFG!!!! I WANTZZZZ!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  24. Anonymous says:

    I have read the book and he doesn’t die

  25. Anonymous says:

    the horse dies at the end..