Peep The First Teaser Trailer For James Franco's JFK Miniseries.
Over the weekend, Dallas rather unceremoniously marked the 52nd anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's assassination on Elm Street.
Fanfare or no, 11/22/15 was, however, a serviceable enough date to give viewers their first glimpse of Star Wars director J.J. Abrams' small screen adaptation of Stephen King's novel 11.22.63 — y'know, that James Franco flick that snarled traffic Downtown for a few days last month — about a time-traveling teacher sent back to stop the Kennedy assassination.
Check it out below.
As far as trailers go, this teaser is just that — a little tease that gives away less than nothing, meant to offer up a simple, “Hey, here's a thing that exists!”
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Still, we'll give it a chance when the eight-part miniseries hits Hulu next President's Day (get it?!). That's 2.15.16, in case you're wondering.
So… what do you think, worth being a half-hour late for work that one day or nah?