Watch: First Trailer for David Gordon Green's 'Joe' with Nicolas Cage

January 28, 2014
Source: The Playlist


After a return to indie form with Prince Avalanche in 2013, director David Gordon Green is going a little bit darker with his latest film, Joe. And this time it's Nicolas Cage in the lead as an ex-convict just trying to put his past behind him. Seeing an opportunity for redemption, he begins watching out for a 15 year old boy named Gary (Tye Sheridan) as he tries to support his family. The Playlist says, "While the film flirts with a number of genres genres—melodrama, comedy, coming-of-age—it ultimately lands closest to being Green’s first western by the time it reaches its conclusion." Sounds like a must-see to me, especially with Cage in the lead of a decent project. Now we have the first international trailer for the film. Watch it below!

Here's the first international trailer for David Gordon Green's Joe (found via The Playlist):

In the dirty unruly world of small-town Texas, ex-convict Joe Ransom (Nicolas Cage) has tried to put his dark past behind him and to live a simple life. He works for a lumber company by day, drinks by night. But when 15-year-old Gary (Tye Sheridan) – a kid trying to support his family – comes to town, desperate for work, Joe has found a way to atone for his sins and finally be someone’s hero. As Joe tries to protect Gary, the pair will take the twisting road to redemption in the hope for a better life. Joe is directed by David Gordon Green and written by Gary Hawkins, based on Larry Brown's book of the same name. The film premiered at the Venice & Toronto Film Festivals. Lionsgate will be releasing Joe in theaters on April 11th.

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It does have US distribution via Lionsgate:

Donnot on Jan 28, 2014


Thanks for the update, we've added the details. Should be in theaters around April.

Alex Billington on Jan 28, 2014


That's a lot of punching.

Nielsen700 on Jan 28, 2014


Did you see thy Lord rise right back up after being shot...

Lin Group on Jan 28, 2014


Can I just say that Nic cage is fucking awesome? Picks terrible roles but I love him.

Jon Odishaw on Jan 28, 2014


Thank you lord. For the first time in about 10 Nic-Cage-movies, at last it looks like he's got 'it' again.

Nash on Jan 28, 2014


Bring the CAGE!

DAVIDPD on Jan 28, 2014


Looks good.

TheOct8pus on Jan 29, 2014


Wow. Looks like Cage is becoming the old Cage again. Good for him.

Rock n Rollllll on Jan 29, 2014


Everybody win when Cage doesnt do the studio actor sin.

ErrorSapiens on Jan 29, 2014


Nice, I can get my fix of Cage out of this one.

ProjectionistHP on Jan 30, 2014

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