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Watch: Energetic New Red Band Trailer for 'Filth' with James McAvoy

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June 7, 2013

Filth

The first red band trailer for Filth, the adaptation of Trainspotting author Irvine Welsh's novel of the same name, really showed a wild and crazy James McAvoy as a bipolar, sex-crazed, drug-riddle police officer. Now we get even more craziness in the film from Green Street Hooligans director Jon S. Baird, complete with a wacky Jim Broadbent, a seemingly nervous Jamie Bell as McAvoy's partner and British character actor Eddie Marsan. This looks trippy and peculiar, but we wouldn't expect anything less from an Irvine Welsh novel. Between this and Trance, it's been quite an adult-themed year for McAvoy. Fire it up below!

Here's the crazy new international trailer for Jon S. Baird's Filth, direct from YouTube:

Filth is a crime comedy written & directed by up-and-comer Jon S. Baird (Green Street Hooligans, Cass) based on the novel by Irvine Welsh (of Trainspotting). The plot involves a bipolar bigoted junkie cop, who manipulates and hallucinates his way through the festive season in a bid to secure promotion and win back his wife and daughter. James McAvoy, Jamie Bell, Kate Dickie, Eddie Marsan and Imogen Poots all star. Clint Mansell, who recently finished work on Park Chan-wook's Stoker, composed the score for the film. Filth will be released September 27th in the UK, but still doesn't have a US release date yet. Interested?

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Reader Feedback - 12 Comments

1

Lol wow, honestly maybe it was the trailer, but this movie looks like its being vulgar and fucked up just to be vulgar and fucked up. I dont see the purpose here.

Cody W on Jun 7, 2013

2

'fucked up and vulgar' thats life big guy and certainly no more fucked up that invading another country for their black gold. at least with us here in Edinburgh its all out there to see.................

LBR on Jun 7, 2013

3

Really? First of all I can tell by your immediate condescending and opinionated reply your probably like 20 years old so dont try to tell me how life is "big guy". Second of all, my reply had nothing to do with England or any other bs politics. This is a movie site, you wanna spread your meaning less xenophobia and hatred go to the youtube threads with the rest of your kind.

Cody W on Jun 7, 2013

4

I agree... but dude. Edinburgh is in Scotland.

Ayotunde Afolabi on Jun 9, 2013

5

Have you read the book? It's vulgar and fucked up!

RandyK on Jun 13, 2013

6

I don't think I'll see this in the theater, but I probably will Redbox it.

zengrrl on Jun 7, 2013

7

The book is great, this looks good too. Quite a lot of stories within the book are based on Edinburgh folklore, I wonder if they'll put the one about the judge up Calton Hill in it?

Carpola on Jun 7, 2013

8

Looks like the British Bad Lieutenant.

Mr.Bickle on Jun 7, 2013

9

Looks great

Vold on Jun 7, 2013

10

Or we can just watch either of the Bad Lieutenant movies again.

Triangle Dimes on Jun 8, 2013

11

Filthy and very gorgeous, thats our amazing Jamesy!! - Wild and Crazy, yeah, bring it on!! - I can't wait to see this film!!

Jan Warren on Jun 10, 2013

12

Read the book by Welsh. It's insane. the movie looks right on par.

Mario Biancalana on Jun 10, 2013

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