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The Man from UNCLE trailer is pure ’60s spy action

Over 6,000 people have waited for hours and hours and hours to get into Comic-Con's Hall H this morning, where Warner Bros. is expected to present a big look at Batman v. Superman and its other DC Comics movies. But before it does that, it's giving attendees a look at some of its other (read: less exciting) movies. The Man from UNCLE opened the show with a filmed introduction from director Guy Ritchie, who was on location in Scotland and unable to make it out to San Diego, according to Variety. After that, WB rolled a long new trailer, which has just gone up online. Running around five minutes long, it's a great way to get a sense of what this movie will be like. Unfortunately for Warner Bros., the crowd just wants Batman:

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