'Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter' is a Hit at WonderCon

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'Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter,' the horror-action adaptation of Seth Grahame-Smith's novel went over big at WonderCon over the weekend. Grahame-Smith moderated a panel, the centerpiece of which included exclusive footage from the new film. Want to take a look at what the audience saw?

Below you can view the latest trailer for the Timur Bekmambetov directed film features a voiceover from Mr. Lincoln, which gives us more perspective on the bloody events at hand.

IGN also has a great breakdown of the footage shown at WonderCon, including a description of a train-top battle between Honest Abe and his pal Will, and vampire baddie Adam, played by Rufus Sewell:

"Then they encounter the main vampire villain, the ancient Adam, who proves not as easy to slay as his brethren. Adam easily dodges Abe and Will's weapons. The speeding train then begins to derail as it passes over the bridge and begins to tumble into the burning building below."

While that particular footage was a WonderCon exclusive, you can still view the newest trailer below for a taste of the action. The film releases June 22 and stars Benjamin Walker, Rufus Sewell, and Anthony Mackie.

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