Watch: Latest UK Trailer for Bennett Miller's 'Moneyball' Even Better
"Adapt or die." Another new trailer for Bennett Miller's Moneyball adaptation has arrived, this time it's an official UK trailer, courtesy of MSN UK (via Collider). This is the third full-length trailer we've seen for Moneyball, and it's a lot of the same, but there's some new stuff in this and it's one of the best trailers yet. Brad Pitt stars as Oakland A's manager Billy Beane, along with Jonah Hill, Robin Wright and Philip Seymour Hoffman. I really think this movie looks fantastic, it's the emotion and the heart and all those scenes at the end that get me every time. Can't wait to see this, one of my most anticipated. Fire it up below!
Watch the new official UK trailer for Bennett Miller's Moneyball, originally from MSN UK:
The story of Oakland A's general manager Billy Beane's (Brad Pitt) successful attempt to put together a winning baseball club on a budget by employing computer-generated analysis to draft a roster of players.
Moneyball is directed by Oscar nominated filmmaker Bennett Miller, of The Cruise and Capote previously. The screenplay was written/rewritten by Oscar winning writers Steven Zaillian (Clear and Present Danger, Gangs of New York, American Gangster) and Aaron Sorkin (A Few Good Men, Charlie Wilson's War, The Social Network), originally based on Michael Lewis' nonfiction book. Columbia Pictures will be bringing Moneyball to theaters starting on September 23rd this fall, right at the end of this year's baseball season.
This does look fantastic. I love everything about it so far, and use of This Will Destroy You's "The Mighty Rio Grande" is pitch perfect.
Xerxexx on Aug 31, 2011
Ha. Pitch perfect. I see what you did there.
SkylerB619 on Aug 31, 2011
I fought myself on writing that.
Xerxexx on Sep 1, 2011
it looks pretty lame to me.
hmmm on Aug 31, 2011
i think that hoffman being in this can really elivate pitts performance
Bcopes37 on Aug 31, 2011
I have been on the fence but my hatred of how the Yankee's buy championships with their massive payroll makes me really want to see this film. Unfortunately, this plan only works one year. After the other teams figure out your system they will start snatching up the players you would have drafted.
IKE621 on Sep 1, 2011
Except that Oakland saw good results from this strategy over a period of at least 4 years. I mean they only started building in '96, and they were solid within 2 years. They won 20 fucking games in a row in 2002, so it clearly took the bigger teams a bit longer than a year to figure their shit out.
Lebowski on Sep 1, 2011
cant wait ... just cant wait ! everything look amazing about this movie
j4v on Sep 1, 2011
This actually looks pretty good. Seems like it will be a slow film but a good story.
Drizzt354 on Sep 2, 2011
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