Roland Emmerich 2012

The movie 2012, Roland Emmerich’s take on the end of the world: trailer, clips, photos, soundtrack, news and much more!

2012 Is it real?

2012 MovieLet’s listen to a variety of experts who talk about how the world might just end in 2012:

2012 Trailer


I saw Roland Emmerich’s 2012, and it’s definitely an amazing movie!


What was shown in the different clips of 2012 is nothing compared to the whole thing on a giant screen! And you really care for the familly who’s trying to fly away from the imminent disaster: 2012 is a gorgeous movie both for its plot and its special effects! May God bless Roland Emmerich for his vision. And let’s hope that God will save us all from the final Apocalypse depicted in 2012!


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2012 Preview Clip

2012 MovieYou may watch below a new preview clip of Roland Emmerich’s 2012:

2012 Trailer

2012 – Do I look scared?

Are you ready for the end of the world? Any plan for your survival or are just you praying for a painless end?

2012 TV Spot

The Apocalypse is coming upon us in 2012 (but the movie 2012 by Roland Emmerich is released this November!), here a few TV spots to warn us:

2012 Trailer

2012 TV spot – One Date

2012 TV spot – Hang on

2012 TV spot – Fight

The end times are soon, pray for your soul! Pray till reaching the Nirvana!

2012 Clip

2012 MovieA new preview clip of Roland Emmerich’s 2012 is available:

2012 – It’s the apocalypse!
Woody Harrelson explains to John Cusack what danger is ahead.

Even the end of the world, the final apocalypse, can be explained with a powerpoint-like animation!

2012 Tsunami

2012 Tidal Wave2012 is gonna be a hell of a year and the most cataclysmic event will probably the final Tsunami, a giant tidal wave that will be so huge that it will reach Tibet! Here’s how Director Roland Emmerich and his VFX team created this event on screen:

2012 Trailer

I need to save money to get a submarine before it’s too late!

The end of the world in 2012

2012 MovieOne should maybe seize the day from now on. because according to Roland Emmerich’s latest disaster movie, the end of the world will happen in 2012!

Check below a new trailer of 2012:

2012 Movie Trailer


No matter where you live,

No matter what you believe,

One date will unite us all…

“Ancient prophecy states that the world will end in 2012, could these storms, these tidal waves, these earthquakes signal the end? Could it be the final apocalypse that will wipe out Mankind from the surface of Earth?”

United in oblivion… That’s not a really enjoyable perspective… But at least the movie 2012 will be damn fun to watch! 2012 will hit theaters on November 13, 2009.

Don’t forget: Carpe Diem!

2012 5 Minute Clip

Let’s witness the end of the world in 2012 according to Roland Emmerich in this 5 minute clip of 2012:

2012 5 minute Scene

I like the special effects in this extended clip of 2012, but I hope people won’t be screaming all the time… Ok, it’s the end of the world, but do we need to listen to those whining people? Anyway, the movie 2012 looks damn good!

2012 IHC Institute for Human Continuity

IHC: Institute for Human Continuity - 2012 MovieEver heard of the IHC? It stands for the Institute of Human Continuity. Well, with the final 2012 apocalypse looming ahead, could be worth your time to watch this informational spot:

2012 Institute for Human Continuity


No reason to fear the end of the world if you win to that IHC lottery!

2012 Movie Pictures

2012 We Were Warned MovieNew pictures of Roland Emmerich’s 2012 are available:

2012 Trailer

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2012 is gonna be a hell of a year: better to be ready!

2012 The End of Iceland

No place on Earth will be safe when the 2012 Apocalypse happens: Iceland will be sent to oblivion like we may see on this new poster of Roland Emmerich’s 2012:

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We were warned…

Two Icelandic monuments on this movie poster of 2012:

– Perlan (the pearl):

Perlan is a funky glass dome building that sits atop a hill overlooking Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland. Inside this landmark building there are shops, a restaurant, and the Saga Museum. The saga museum tells you about the Icelandic sagas as well as some other history. It also shows you how Icelanders used to live and how they live now.

– the church of Hallgrimur:

The Hallgrimskirkja (literally, the church of Hallgrimur) is Lutheran parish church. The church is named after the Icelandic poet and clergyman Hallgrimur Petursson (1614 to 1674), author of the Passion Hymns (a book that’s part of the Icelandic culture). Construction took time from 1945 to 1986. That building could fit perfectly well in the world of Starcraft!