Ladies and gents, it looks like Madonna may have heard our (and a bunch other people's) cry!

‘Cause after received not-so-gushing feedback at festivals like Venice and Toronto on her flick W.E., Madge is rumored to have gone back into the editing room to recut the film. And now that the new (and much improved, in our opinion) trailer for W.E. has been released, we want to give kudos to the Material Girl.

But what do you think? And maybe more importantly, what will the critics think?!

Remember, the first trailer that was released was a total snoozefest—a sentiment echoed by most movie critics. And this is coming from peeps who were way excited for the movie and its oh-so-controversial love story.

But it seems like M must have spent some time in the edit bay tweaking her film…or at least the trailer.

We think that this new trailer could be the swing this movie needs to get some peeps in Madge's corner. She still has a little time, the movie release date isn't until Feb. 3, 2012, but it wouldn't hurt to drum up some positive buzz, like, pronto.

From this peek at the film, there actually seems to be tons of drama (not so shocking seeing as there was tons of drama when the real-life events went down), as well as some swoon-worthy lovey-dovey moments and a little bit of sexy biz for flavor. 

Ya know: exactly what the trailer for this movie should be.

So check it out and let us know what you think in the comments: Has this new look at W.E. piqued your interest? Or are you still going to pass on this par-tick film?

Oh, and since Madonna is clearly waiting for our next tidbit of advice, we say keep up the good work, Madame Director!

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