Must Watch: Second Trailer for Iñárritu's 'The Revenant' Has Arrived

September 29, 2015
Source: YouTube

The Revenant Tariler

"What happened?" "We did what we had to do." Oh yes. 20th Century Fox has debuted the second official trailer for Alejandro González Iñárritu's The Revenant, the new film from the director of Birdman and Babel. This is the one he has been filming with only natural light up in the wilderness of Canada for almost a year now, shooting it in the cold and snow without the use of artificial lighting equipment. And it looks so crazy amazingly brilliant. Leonardo DiCaprio stars as a frontiersman left for dead after a bear attack, who goes on a mission of revenge. The cast includes Tom Hardy, Will Poulter, Domhnall Gleeson, Paul Anderson and Lukas Haas. The footage in this looks stellar, this is cinema at its finest. Do not miss this.

Here's the newest trailer for Alejandro González Iñárritu's The Revenant, direct from Fox's YouTube:

The Revenant

Inspired by true events, The Revenant is an immersive and visceral cinematic experience capturing one man’s epic adventure of survival and the extraordinary power of the human spirit. In an expedition of the uncharted American wilderness, legendary explorer Hugh Glass (Leonardo DiCaprio) is brutally attacked by a bear and left for dead by members of his own hunting team. In a quest to survive, Glass endures unimaginable grief as well as the betrayal of his confidant John Fitzgerald (Tom Hardy). Guided by sheer will and the love of his family, Glass must navigate a vicious winter in a relentless pursuit to live and find redemption. The Revenant is directed and co-written by renowned filmmaker, Oscar winner Alejandro G. Iñárritu (Birdman, Babel). Fox will release The Revenant in theaters on December 25th, Christmas Day.

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  • gopalkamat
    This looks gorgeous! Leo and Tom at their very best again. #CantWait
  • David Diaz
    This is the first trailer I've seen for this. Looks incredible. I love revenge stories.
  • TheOct8pus
    Some directors use a gimmick to sell their movies, but usually have a weak/nonexistent plot....Inarritu does this with great stories, actors and cinematography. His movies must be a huge challenge to make
  • cuckoozey
    Halfway through the trailer and I feel like I've seen too much, I liked the first trailer much better.
    • RAW_D
      I'm on blackout for anything else regarding this until I see it.
  • Adam
    I might see this instead of Star Wars on Christmas day.
    • TheOct8pus
      • Adam
        I know, I know. I'm seeing both. lol
        • i hope you've got reserved seating otherwise you might spend a lotta time in line ups
  • Xerxexx
    Cannot wait.
  • IamSlave
    I don't need anymore trailers to go see this movie but it's hard not to watch. So I ask, does this show to much?
    • David Diaz
      It shows quite a lot I think. Might want to skip if you are already convinced
      • nevadasurfer
        I know ....I feel like I saw the whole movie he gets hurt. Who dies and why he goes after him. Have to stop seeing trailers this ...shows way to much
  • ari smulders
    Awesome and this will automatically be better than birdman because that movie sucked all the way! If you comment this and defend birdman, you will suck too! :)
    • Ari, as always your drunk go home.
      • ari smulders
        says the glue sniffer :)
    • Birdman was awesome
      • ari smulders
        realy it wasn't...Annoying music and it didn't go anywhere besides up in the asses of the intellectual critics...
        • You understood the ending right? He succeeded in committing suicide, and you see his daughter looking out the window as his "soul" is flying away (she's delusional just as her father was)
          • ari smulders
            I am not high intelligent, but that i did understand... It's was music i think, i realy hate elevator music...
          • cg
            I think we can all agree that you're not intelligent
          • ari smulders
            I was waiting for you to comment on this. You must going to work for the FBI with your sharp observations.... haha! :)
          • Error_Sapiens
            You bloody spoiler. Shame.
          • You're right. I should have written spoiler alert at the head of my note. Thanks for editing out the Fuck you portion of your note.
          • Error_Sapiens
            You got the message, thats the most important part. I still mean it, of course. Make no mistake.
      • Huck PS
        Ari has a weird fixation with things going up in asses. Also, Birdman was pretty good.
        • boo yah!!
        • ari smulders
          It's if it's the right ass i don't see it as a problem. No way!Birdman was a big screw-up made for the intellectuals who don't know anything. And jazz is music for the living dead among us...
    • Efterklang
      Such a mature comment.. Great way to contribute to this discussion
      • ari smulders
        Sometimes you must be a pain in the neck to get the discussion, otherwise we are all up in Alex billington 's anus.
        • cg
          so you're into sodomy
        • How so? Does he have money in his anus that he pays out if we all agree with him? I think Alex expects people to disagree with him, even passionately and without much intellectual cause. It's part of being a blogger with an opinion (or in Alex's case, a journalist).
    • RAW_D
      I appreciated what he did as a director for Birdman, but it was a boring story for me. Whiplash should've been the best picture winner imo.
    • I agree. Birdman was boring as fuck!
    • shiboleth
      You know Ari, you made me watch Birdman. And I was pretty edgy on that. Now, I got me over the edge, even intrigued. And that may not be a good thing ...
    • cg
      weapons grade dumb
    • Wow. An ad hominem before anyone has a chance defend their choices. Ari, I always find it funny that your the first person to defend your preferences in films with passion and vigor, and the first person to attack person's preferences in films with vehemence. I would think you would defend your own choices and the choices of others, even if they didn't agree with you. However, that would require you to have grace and consistency, which is in low supply on the internet.
  • Christmas really IS the most wonderful time of the year!!!
  • Efterklang
    Can't get over how beautiful the cinematography is
  • RAW_D
    Might as well just give him the Oscar for Best Director AGAIN!...
  • Matthew
    FFS! I wish they didn't reveal more of the plot (I'm fresh to the story here) but oh well, that final shot was phenomenal! Oscars for everyone, lol.
  • Looks gritty, grim and brutal. Hopefully get to see this. Not sure the wife will like it.
    • No wife's gonna stop me from seeing what I want to see--that's what I always say. (It's usually the kids that stop me)
  • shiboleth
    Yeah, back in old days, things were tough in some other sense. This is gonna be fine watch. Although, I'm not so much excited about it as many others here commenting. Which is fine by me ...
    This looks like a contender for one of the best films of the year! Easily. DiCaprio looks like he is in top form (when is he not, right?). And that cinematography looks absolutely insane. I need to see this in theaters, nothing else will do.
  • Perry Pijnenburg
    Amazing how Alejandro González Iñárritu keeps making these awesome things!
  • Have Hope
    Great cinematography...but I will be skipping this. Birdman was too pretentious and this director....talented....but pretentious
    • cg
      I'll be skipping your posts...too douchy.
  • Fox
    Didnt need any more convincing than the first trailer, but damn, this looks great. Also, the real life dude this is based on was a badass, tough sonuvvagun.
  • Bill
    The ISO on cameras now is insane and you can do this!
  • This film looks genuine, bold and gritty. I have a feeling that when my wife and I sit in the theater to watch this, we won't be watching a film but will be part of an experience. I'm excited for this.
  • Huck PS
    I am very hopeful that this is going to be one of those great movies that lives on for a long time. From cinematography to the choice of cast... I'm PUMPED to see it!
  • Nash
    Wow, flabbergasted...
  • gonsa sba
    Oscar! Now or never Leo.
  • If you're finding this website boring Ari, then traverse somewhere else. If you truly wanted to "spice things up", you would have an actual intellectual comment to make about Birdman. The irony is, Riggan's rant in Birdman about labels is profoundly accurate when it comes to your comments. You're not providing any real analysis. You're just attaching labels like "bad" or "waste." You really don't have anything intelligent to say, which means it's obvious who I'm "dealing with" when it comes to cinematic analysis and its impact on world culture.
    • ari smulders
      Dear Quanah Let me teach you a lesson. Every where you go you will find a different opinion. Highly intelligent, low intelligent it doesn't matter. You will fight with others until you die. So it doesn't matter if i stay or leave.... Brace yourself and be ready enough to accept insults.You are not handsome, you have no big talent, life will always be mediocre for you and still will people around you profit from you as they can....
      • Oh Ari. Sweet, unintelligible Ari. I'm so glad the Internet world does rely on your opinion to maintain some level of self esteem. If only you could develop a sound argument! One can only wish. I do appreciate your attempts at trying to teach me something. Really, I mean it. Every time you respond I quickly learn how intellectually handicapped you really are.
        • ari smulders
          Dear Quanah... You realy have no clue don't you? Tell me something, are you a religious guy or atheist?
  • ali3000
    For reasons I don't know, I fear that this movie will have a huge impact on me.




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