The Guardians | Final Trailer

The Guardians | Final Trailer

Like your superheroes a little crazy? How about a grizzly bear/man hybrid with a HUGE gun!

Here at The Unheard Nerd, we’ve been championing this film quite regularly, showcasing every trailer that comes our way! Now with the Russian release only a few weeks away, we have one final trailer.

Zashchitniki or The Guardians (unofficial English title) has been in production for over a year and a half with a budget of 330 million Rubles. Sounds impressive but that converts to roughly $5 million!

We’ve seen several trailers over last few months and it’s plain to see that the post-production team have been hard at work with this final trailer featuring many moments of glorious CGI-enhanced action.

This rings true with the character of Ursus, a werebear. He has the ability to change fully or partially into a grizzly bear. With only a few teases of Ursus in previous trailers, there’s a lot more on offer here.

Zashchitniki is released next month in Russia but as of writing, there are no further details on when the rest of us will get to see it.

Title: Zashchitniki (The Guardians)

Release | US: TBA | UK: TBA | RUS: 23rd February | World: IMDb



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@UKFilmNerd | John loves the movies and he used to write for his own website, The Tydirium Hangar Bay, in the late 1990's. Whilst the web page idea became lost in the passages of time, John's love of film did not. Now he's back, writing for The Unheard Nerd.