More Angelina and more Albany

salt trailer 2 ESP

What isn't better with some Egg?

The second trailer for Salt popped up online today -- and it includes more shots of Albany (let's face it, 787 is really the star of this movie). As you can see above, the Egg and ESP get a cameo.

A few more screen grabs are after the jump.

It'll be interesting to see how much of Albany actually makes it into the movie. The first trailer included some shots of local signs -- it looks they've since been fixed with CGI so that they look like they're actually on the Beltway around DC.

Judging from the trailer, Salt looks it could be OK summer movie. Angelina against everybody. Car chases. Stuff blowing up. Chiwetel Ejiofor.

Salt is in theaters July 23. The Other Guys -- the Will Ferrell movie that also shot in downtown Albany last year -- is scheduled to be released August 6.

The DEC building and 677 Broadway
salt trailer 2 DEC

The U-Haul building
salt trailer 2 U-Haul

images: Sony Pictures

Comments

I think people all over the world will go see this movie just to view our splendid landmarks. We can now share our daily excitement with people who live in less interesting locales. People will say, "Forget about Angelina Jolie, that's the g--d---n U-haul Building in Albany, New York!"

I love it!!! Sorry, I'm a dork.

I noticed that they digitally maxed the overhead signs on 787 to read for Pennsylvania Ave and some DC area routes.
And that sign was only visible for a second or two at most.

At 1:49 SUV Scene shot near the NYS DEC building and CDTA Bus Parking Area on Water Street/Orange St
http://movies.yahoo.com/feature/movie-talk-angelina-jolie-takes-on-the-guys-in-new-summer-action-movie-trailers.html

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