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The Phantom (2010) Television Trailer


The Phantom (2010) Television Trailer has premiered. The Phantom (2010) Television mini-series is directed by Paolo Barzman and stars Ryan Carnes, Cas Anvar, Isabelli Rossellini, Sandrine Holt, and Cameron Goodmen. The Phantom (2010) Television mini-series synopsis:  a two-part TV mini-series about the recruitment, training, and unleashing of the 22nd Phantom, Chris Moore (Ryan Carnes). “Chris Moore is a law student and parkour runner who learns that he was adopted. After his parents are murdered, he must don the famous Skull Ring and train in the jungles of Bengalla so that he can take on the evil Singh Brotherhood.” I saw animated cartoon Phantom 2040 on television (good) then saw The Phantom (1996) in theater (sucked because it was not what I was expecting or as good as Phantom 2040),  so I am well versed in The Phantoms and the Skull Rings. The Phantom (2010) Television mini-series could have fit right in between those two projects except The Phantom in 1996 film was supposedly the 21st Phantom. The Phantom (2010) writers Daniel Knauf and Charles Knauf did their homework making Moore the 22nd  Phantom so all three Phantom projects could have some continuity with each other. The new design for The Phantom costume is actually worse than the original. Why is there the need to show a person’s mouth in a uniform that are supposed to keep their identity secret? Anyway, check out The Phantom (2010) Television Trailer below and leave your thoughts on it and The Phantom below.

Update 1: TV Review: The Phantom (2010): Part 1

Update 2: TV Review: The Phantom (2010): Part 2

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