Must Watch: Edward Norton's Leaves of Grass Official Trailer
Yes, finally, everyone needs to watch this! Apple has debuted a new official trailer for Tim Blake Nelson's Leaves of Grass starring twin Edward Nortons. The more I think back to this, the better it gets, it was such an entertaining movie and I can't wait for it to hit theaters. We debuted a bad early trailer last year but this one is a huge improvement. It's a great story about two different cultures clashing and also watching brothers get together and just have fun. And Edward Norton knocks it out of the park with his side-by-side dual performances - you'll be amazed. I'm also glad they don't spoil everything in the movie either. Enjoy!
Watch the official trailer for Tim Blake Nelson's Leaves of Grass from YouTube::
You can also watch the official trailer for Leaves of Grass in High Definition on Apple
An Ivy League professor (played by Edward Norton) is lured back to his Oklahoma hometown, where his twin brother, a small-time pot grower, has concocted a simple scheme to take down a local drug lord.
Leaves of Grass is both written and directed by fellow actor Tim Blake Nelson, who directed Eye of God, Othello and The Grey Zone previously. This was produced independently by Tim Blake Nelson and Edward Norton and first premiered at the Toronto Film Festival last year. First Look Pictures is distributing in the US and will be releasing Leaves of Grass limited starting on April 2nd coming up. Go see it - it's good!
It looks like it could be fun... Ed Norton is one of those actors who can cross fun/dark characters naturally. And it really looks like a film from Tim Blake Nelson. Let us see...
moonscar on Feb 12, 2010
This is going to be a film that can't be missed.
d1rEct on Feb 12, 2010
Count me in. Ed times two? Twice as much fun! 🙂
Pete on Feb 12, 2010
Scott McHenry on Feb 12, 2010
Just say no!
Luis M on Feb 12, 2010
Love Edward Norton. This looks really good. He's an awsome actor in everything he does.
arjones on Feb 12, 2010
4 and 5 leagalize marijuana? and let the gov't ruin it? stupid, troll somewhere else. Had me at crossbow.
Xerxex on Feb 12, 2010
ed norton is one of the best actors available today; and, this movie looks to take advantage of his considerable abilities............it looks great!
beavis on Feb 12, 2010
---Such high hopes for Norton ----SOOOOO disappointed. This is the sort of self-sensitive, self-reflexive, self-basting, circle-jerk slop we thought even Spike Jonze had left behind years ago.
pg 2010 on Feb 13, 2010
I am excited to see this movie.
crabby on Feb 13, 2010
haha this looks good
harrison on Feb 13, 2010
#9 - what the hell are you taking about? your comment makes NO sense at all.
beavis on Feb 13, 2010
Does anyone else think he would make an awesome Riddler if hes a villain in Batman 3???
Matt on Feb 13, 2010
Love me some Edward Norton...Like hard drugs! pg 2010, adding self and a hyphen does not a word make. Have you looked up the meaning of reflexive? Adding self to it just makes it redundant if it could even be used in the context you are trying to use it in, which it can't, and basting...wow are we making a turkey? Matt, I could see Norton as the Riddler, but I wouldn't want Nolan to waste 3 on a villain that was already done well...again. He needs to go with a villain that hasn't been used already to keep people interested.
Deathtoll 2010 on Feb 14, 2010
his accent sounds so perfect..
Kalladin on Feb 14, 2010
Ed Norton is so talented... #13, I think he would!
big r on Feb 15, 2010
#9 - Just do everyone a favor and jump off a cliff onto some jagged rocks.
Ariel on Feb 17, 2010
Looks like a must-watch; Susan Sarandon, Richard Dreyfus, Ed Norton and Keri Russell= Great Cast. Ed Norton was so eager to star in this movie that he charged half of what he usually gets paid for a movie. Also, Lindsay Lohan auditioned for a role...
Voice123 - Trailer Voice Over on Feb 17, 2010
This looks awesome!
Vold on Feb 22, 2010
Edward Norton is a great actor. I'll check it out.
Paruresis on Sep 5, 2010
the end was rather awkward.It seems like the script writer lost the point and went mad and then quickly tied it up, but still worthy to see. I laughed a lot throughout the film.
Reha Muhtar Atina on Jan 24, 2011
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