Terry Gilliam's Wild 'The Zero Theorem' Gets One More US Trailer
"Everything adds up to nothing." It feels like we've been seeing trailers for Terry Gilliam's latest sci-fi venture The Zero Theorem for years, but that's just because the film has been hitting tons of international territories before arriving in the United States. The film is poised to hit VOD next month with a theatrical release following in September, and so we have one more domestic trailer showing off this wild world that Gilliam has created. Christoph Waltz plays a computer genius tasked with proving that our existence has no meaning. It's exactly the kind of original and visual stimulating film you'd expect from Gilliam. Watch!
Here's the final US trailer for Terry Gilliam's The Zero Theorem, originally from Apple:
The Zero Theorem is directed by Terry Gilliam (Brazil, 12 Monkeys) and written newcomer. An eccentric and reclusive computer genius (Christoph Waltz) plagued with existential angst works on a mysterious project aimed at discovering the purpose of existence—or the lack thereof—once and for all. But his experience with love and desire might be the key to understanding the complexity of life. Mélanie Thierry, David Thewlis, Peter Stormare, Tilda Swinton, Ben Whishaw and Matt Damon also star in the film which played Venice Film Festival last year and Fantastic Fest, but has been held for release ever since. The Zero Theorem is finally arriving On Demand starting August 19th, then limited theaters on September 19th.
Enought with the trailers! Not watching, just bring it out already!
Armitall on Jul 8, 2014
Really looking forward to this one.
Carpola on Jul 8, 2014
looks batman forever level bad..
rickvanr on Jul 8, 2014
Looks quite unique.
Chris Groves on Jul 8, 2014
I like this trailer a lot - great song at the end.
NathanDewey on Jul 8, 2014
At 1:38, I spotted Matt Damon's face on the screen that Waltz is running by. I didn't realize he had a role in the movie.
Guest on Jul 8, 2014
what song is that in the trailer?
Guest on Jul 9, 2014
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