Official Trailer for Darren Aronofsky's 'Mother!' with Jennifer Lawrence

August 8, 2017
Source: YouTube

Darren Aronofsky's Mother! Trailer

"What do they want?" "God help you…" Paramount has debuted the official full-length trailer for Darren Aronofsky's new film titled Mother!, or actually correctly mother!, without any capitalization. This looks super creepy and mysterious and dark, which is not what I was expecting at all, but damn does it still look thrilling as hell. Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem star as a couple whose relationship is "tested" when uninvited guests arrive at their secluded home. The full cast includes Ed Harris, Michelle Pfeiffer, Domhnall Gleeson, Brian Gleeson, Stephen McHattie, Kristen Wiig, and Stefan Simchowitz. With a score by Jóhann Jóhannsson. This looks like it is reminiscent of Shutter Island and a few other psychological horror thrillers, all with Aronofsky's unique touches and incredibly powerful performances.

Here's the first official trailer (+ new poster) for Darren Aronofsky's Mother!, direct from YouTube:

Mother! Movie Poster

For more info & updates, follow @MotherMovie. Or you can also follow Darren directly @DarrenAronofsky.

Centers on a couple (Jennifer Lawrence & Javier Bardem) whose relationship is tested when uninvited guests arrive at their home, disrupting their tranquil existence. Mother! is both written and directed by acclaimed American filmmaker Darren Aronofsky, of the films Pi, Requiem for a Dream, The Fountain, The Wrestler, Black Swan, and Noah previously. The film is also produced by Aronofsky, as well as his producing partners Scott Franklin and Ari Handel. Paramount Pictures will release Aronofsky's Mother! in theaters starting September 15th coming up in the fall. This will first premiere at the Venice and Toronto Film Festivals before heading to theaters. For more updates on the film, follow @MotherMovie. Thoughts?

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  • Big meh for me.
    • Bo too, tarek. Me too...
    Looks like a delightful mashup of ROSEMARY'S BABY and a bunch of other home invasion films. Looks good to me.
    • ff
      As well as elements of Repulsion. Agree. Have too wait and see.
  • Trey
    very creepy
  • Matthew
    I'm really hoping that it's not a mental issue and that whatever is happening is actually happening. But overall it looks great, I'm onboard.
    • Trey
      I agree.....that seems to be the new artsy thing to do
    • My guess is that she's insane. That's usually how Aronofsky rolls.
  • Jon Odishaw
    Borderline obnoxious trailer but the footage looks awesome
  • David Velázquez
    Javier Bardem is one heck of an actor
  • She's either a ghost or cray-cray. I'm going for the latter because Aronofsky loves that stuff. Not theater worthy, but I'll catch it on cable/Netflix some day.
    • Bo
      Same here, if even then, Raw. Cheers!
  • Efterklang
    Intriguing, can't wait to see it.
  • Bl00dwerK
    I can't be the only person who's sick of her...
    • Bo
      You're not and I've been for a long time.
      • Dominic
        people say that , but they never can fully articulate why ... and NOBODY was " tired of her " until she wrote the piece in Variety on inequality in pay among male and female actors ...all of a sudden THEN people started joining the Hate Train .. if she WAS as bad as people say , she wouldn't still be getting these plum roles . Hunger Games and Mystique , can only take her so far ... I just saw "Passengers" and she saved that movie from being unwatchable male fantasy ...
        • Bo
          They? They? You seem to have a lock of what 'they' do and how 'they' come to their opinions, views, perceptions, etc. Well, hey...there ought to be a way you can make a whole lot of money on possessing that's incorrect as far as my views on this actress. I liked her enormously in Winter's Bone and from then on she just became more and more uninteresting to me, bud. To you she appears differently. Okay by me. It also seems to me that people started getting sick of her and her 'antics' on talks shows, tripping all the time in public, that article you mentioned, etc. No one says she is 'bad', just that they dislike her for whatever their reasons might be which they are entitled to whether you agree with them or not. Right? By the way, people are not required to 'articulate' their why's to you. I did out of the goodness of my heart as you seem to ache for the why's. Might think about that a bit and stop playing this guessing game as to their why's when you really have no idea. Also you might consider dropping the silly Hate Train thing. It reeks of herd defensiveness and people have a right to like and dislike actors, etc. as is their want. Sometime people aren't in agreement with your likes, etc. Get over it! Cheers.
          • Dominic
            hmmm no the haters usually dis her performances , as well as her personally if you got followed by paparazzi every day , your daily foibles would appear as "antics" ...again not much to criticize on... thank you for articulating , but just note some version of your and B100's short dissing convo , will be repeated on every site that has this report . When NOBODY talked like this after hunger games , or other movies she had . But I started to see it only after the Variety "essay" came out the outrage seems suspicious .. short note : I DIDN"T say I liked her ... just that she held Passengers together , and is not a bad actor ...I separate any personal animus for actors , from the job being done on the screen . Which others are not ...
          • Bo
            I'm done here, bud. Cheers!
        • dan
          I loved her portrayal in "winters bone". but, like many young actors, once she got some success, it seemed to go to her head and inflate her ego. her performances seemed to suffer and her acting got worse as time went on. I was about to use passengers as proof to her horrible acting - but since you like that, I guess we'll just have to disagree.
          • Dominic
            ;?)) Thanks for your more reasoned tone ....Tho I must repeat some of what I said to Bo : If YOU were the lead in a multi - Billion dollar movie series , and thus had to deal with the accompanying attention , legit and illegitimate (like Tons of Paparazzi , Constantly ) , it might seem to US like You've gotten a big head , and are SEEKING out the limelight . When really , it's people bringing it to you , so they can justify their paycheck ... Again. I didn't Say I LIKED her in Passengers . What I said was , she saved the movie from being Totally awful , to just tolerable dreck ...glad I didn't pay to see it at theaters thing about the movie was Martin Sheen as the Bartender on Wheels ....
          • Dominic
            In recent interviews , she has said she agreed with critics , and thought She should have awoken first , and been the one to screw the guy over ...not sure that would have made it better tho ...Def give her haters more fuel , tho ...
  • deerosa
    I am all in, Darren A. is the man.
    • Efterklang
      Looks like a burning house, which makes sense with some of the trailer footage.
      • deerosa
        Nice call. Have you seen the other posters? They also seem to have clues. I think the Instagram page also has some as well.
        • Efterklang
          Yeah, I've seen some, like the one where she holds her heart in her hands. There are some details that in that one and others which probably won't make much sense until we have seen the movie. Not going out of my way to make sense of it either, don't want to know any more before seeing it I think!
  • shiboleth
    The cast is ok (although, I have some misgivings about pairing J. Lawrence with J. Bardem) and the director is ok. However, this still mostly looks like a lot of fireworks without substance ...
  • Incredible cast. Incredible director. Trailer has a Hitchcock-ian feel to it. I'm sure it's another textured psychological thrillers from one of the great modern directors.
  • Nethanel DeCarmo
    This is a great trailer. They didn't even show Kristen Wiig, who is really well known. Love a trailer that holds back. I'm in.




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