New clip from Dredd: watch now

Judge Anderson shares her ideology

Dredd has released a new clip online, in which Olivia Thirlby's rookie Judge Anderson explains her desire to make a difference as she and Dredd (Karl Urban) make their way into Ma-Ma's Peach Trees tower block.

The film sees the two Judges forced to fight their way through the various levels of the vertical slum in order to track down Ma-Ma (Headey), a cruel gang leader responsible for flooding Mega-City One with the reality-altering drug Slo-Mo

"I want to protect and serve the city," explains Anderson. "I was born and raised in a block like this… I know there are good people inside." Worthy ambitions, then, although Dredd doesn't seem overly moved by them…

Check out the new clip, below…

Not much of the much-talked-about splatter and ultraviolence in this scene then, although Karl Urban still comes across as a total badass without needing to reach for his gun. His growled "admirable" cuts through Anderson's worthy sermonising very nicely indeed.

Directed by Pete Travis from a script by Alex Garland, Dredd opens in the UK on 7 September 2012. Not long to go now!

Read our full Dredd review.

What do you think of the new clip? Tell us, below!


    • ChrisWootton

      Sep 4th 2012, 11:47

      Hmmm. DVD for me.. or even TV. The lines are delivered so flatly in the clips I've seen.

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    • SiMan

      Sep 4th 2012, 12:59

      When are we going to get a review?

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    • timthefilmguy

      Sep 4th 2012, 13:25

      Watching on Friday, should be great and I loved the comics :D

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    • ChrisWootton

      Sep 4th 2012, 13:30

      SiMan, it's up already. They reviewed it a while back and gave it four stars (I think) and then reviewed it again last week and gave it three

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    • thedanieljson

      Sep 4th 2012, 16:15

      Reviews seem to be saying this one's actually pretty damn good.

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    • Ali1748

      Sep 4th 2012, 18:30

      I just don't fancy this, the whole trailers have been underwhelming. And has much as I like Karl Urban his chin looks pretty weak.

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    • Hadouken76

      Sep 4th 2012, 21:52

      Unlucky to be released soon after The Raid. From what Ive heard, Dredd is faithful to the comics, Alex Garland is a solid writer and is good with Sci Fi like Sunshine and (sorta) 28 Days later..

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    • Ali1748

      Sep 5th 2012, 15:05

      Sunshine was a good movie until Mark Strong appeared. And that's not meant as an insult to Strong.

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