A TEASER trailer of Angelina Jolie’s new film, Unbroken, has been released.
The movie, which was shot on the Gold Coast at Warner Roadshow Studios as well as in Sydney and around Queensland, is based on the real-life story of American war veteran Louis Zamperini.
The 3 minute clip aired in the US on Sunday during coverage of the Sochi Winter Olympics.
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The ‘sneak peek’ trailer features an interview with the real-life Zamperini, 96, interspersed with scenes from the film, Second World War footage and audio by newscaster Walter Cronkite.
Jolie, husband Brad Pitt and their 6 children spent months living in Mick Doohan’s Coomera mansion on the Gold Coast during filming.
The famous brood were often spotted enjoying our local attractions including, Dreamworld and Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, and shopping for Halloween treats and Christmas presents.
Unbroken will hit Australian cinemas on Boxing Day.