#NYCC Vin Diesel and Elijah Wood bringing The Last Witch Hunter to New York Comic-Con 2015 plus new trailer and posters online


In celebration of the upcoming release of this Fall’s highly-anticipated film The Last Witch Hunter, we have an exciting new trailer and posters to share. Featuring scenes of the immortal Kaulder (Vin Diesel) in a battle between good and evil, this action-packed inside look is an adventure you’ll be eager to join – in theaters next month.

The trailer also includes a cover of the Rolling Stones’ “Paint It Black,” recorded by Ciara exclusively for The Last Witch Hunter.

“I am honored to have been asked to cover such an iconic song by one of music’s greatest bands, the Rolling Stones, for the film. “Paint It Black” matches the film’s mystical and suspenseful plot perfectly. The film and song have the magical recipe that combines romanticism with a touch of black. I cannot wait to see and hear the film and the song on the big screen with the rest of the world” – Ciara

The Last Witch Hunter is coming to New York Comic-Con. Join Vin Diesel, Elijah Wood, Rose Leslie and director Breck Eisner, in the Main Hall on October 10, 2015 at 3:15pm for a Q&A and a sneak peek at the film before it hits theaters October 23rd.

The Witches Revealed web app has also just launched. Using facial recognition to automatically apply a variety of witch effects to pics, fans will be able to reveal their “true witch self,” made ugly by magic-fueled long life or beautiful by mixing potions for smoother skin, makeup, piercings, tattoos and more. Users can login to the web app via mobile or desktop by visiting witchesrevealed.com.

Explore the mysterious inside world of The Last Witch Hunter by visiting The Witches Brood – an online publication that encompasses witch culture and welcomes all fans hoping to experience the life of a real witch. With an opportunity to register as a witch, this resource includes in-world editorial, fashion photography, important news surrounding the lifestyle of witches, and potion recipes pulled straight from the film.

The witchcrafting world can be very unpredictable, so be sure to keep visiting The Witches Brood until the movie’s release on October 23, 2O15, as you may find a few wicked surprises.

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