Must Watch: Full Trailer for Bennett Miller's Powerful 'Foxcatcher'
"Do you have any idea who I am?" So far, the the first, second & third teaser trailers for Bennett Miller's acclaimed new drama Foxcatcher haven't shown much, but they have hinted at some great performances from Steve Carell, Channing Tatum and Mark Ruffalo, along with an intense and powerful story. Now a full-length trailer has arrived painting a much better picture of this strange and tragic story about Olympic wrestling champions (Tatum & Ruffalo) who become at odds with their trainer John du Pont (Carell). This looks like such a stirring and even haunting drama, and this is sure to be an Oscar contender soon. Watch!
Here's the full theatrical trailer for Bennett Miller's Foxcatcher, originally from Yahoo:
Foxcatcher is directed by Bennett Miller (Capote, Moneyball) and written by Dan Futterman (Capote, "In Treatment") and E. Max Frye ("Band of Brothers"). The film tells the gripping, true story of Olympic Wrestling Champion brothers Mark Schultz & Dave Schultz (Channing Tatum and Mark Ruffalo) and their relationship with eccentric John du Pont (Steve Carell), heir to the du Pont Chemical fortune, that led to a gruesome murder. Sienna Miller, Vanessa Redgrave and Anthony Michael Hall also star in the film which Sony Pictures Classics releases in the heart of awards season on November 14th this fall. Read our review.
Reader Feedback - 20 Comments
Xerxexx on Oct 14, 2014
That final shot.
Maxx on Oct 14, 2014
I was expecting the final shot to be the amazing one they used in previous trailers where Channing bashes his head against the mirror... but SOMEHOW they find an even better final shot. This is absolutely haunting film, my only concern is the makeup on Steve Carell, I buy it at times and then I don't, but it's not going to be a dealbreaker.
Matthew on Oct 14, 2014
it's because you're used to what? 8 years of "The Office" Steve. i think it'll be fine
ColtNoir on Oct 15, 2014
I'm afraid that Channing Tatum is occasionally really making some good movie... That doesn't scare me in the case of, say, Mark Ruffalo...
shiboleth on Oct 14, 2014
Blake on Oct 14, 2014
yeah, I'm confused too...
shiboleth on Oct 14, 2014
What does that even mean?
IamSlave on Oct 14, 2014
I see your words, I just can't...seem to...smh
jlw034 on Oct 14, 2014
Hahahahaha.... I guess it's fair to notice that Ch.Tatum occasionally makes good movies since he also makes some, well, not so good ones. As for Mark Ruffalo, he makes better ones and he makes them all the time. Does that makes any more sense?
shiboleth on Oct 15, 2014
It does to me, but Tatum has the Affleck syndrome: people seem to love to hate him. Most actors are hit or miss with their films. Daniel Day Lewis may be the exception.
Quanah on Oct 19, 2014
I also believe that many of them don't get the chance to do really good stuff. They chasing career. Which is too bad since they usually make good job in diverse productions, no matter how artistically or aesthetically demanding they might be...
shiboleth on Oct 20, 2014
They aren't just chasing a career, they're chasing a paycheck.
Quanah on Oct 20, 2014
which I can agree with. And adding that this two (career and paycheck) should differ...
shiboleth on Oct 21, 2014
MY GERD...The acting! People, THE ACTING! OSCARS FOR EVERYONE!!!
DAVIDPD on Oct 14, 2014
Sometimes I watch a trailer and think "this trailer is probably better than the film." Other times I watch a trailer and think "this trailer is incredible and I'm certain the film is a masterpiece." This film looks like a masterpiece.
Quanah on Oct 14, 2014
Oh man. I'm even more excited for this than I am for Interstellar and that's fucked up.
Jonathan on Oct 14, 2014
Wow I didnt even realize that was Steve Carell
Jim Dawkins on Oct 14, 2014
yeah im definitly about this flick right here!
Liam Knurtsis on Oct 15, 2014
Props to Robin Lord Taylor's work on "Gotham", but if they ever cast the Penguin in a future Batman, Steve Carell has already done the audition!
kitano0 on Oct 16, 2014
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