Watch: Jude Law Searches for Sunken Treasure in 'Black Sea' Trailer
"One of Hitler's U-boats is just sitting on the sea bed, full of gold." In what looks like the first promising January release in as long as I can remember, Jude Law stars in the undersea thriller Black Sea, and the first trailer has arrived. The film from director Kevin Macdonald (The Last King of Scotland) follows a group of of men who decide to change their luck by taking a submarine into the depths of the Black Sea to get a whole bunch of gold that's just lying in an abandoned, sunken Nazi U-boat from World War II. But soon the men's greed begins to overtake them, and not all of them may make it back alive. Watch below!
Here's the first trailer for Kevin Macdonald's Black Sea from Focus Features:
Black Sea is directed by Kevin Macdonald (The Last King of Scotland, The Eagle, Life in a Day) and written by Dennis Kelly (of the UK series "Utopia"). The film centers on a rogue submarine captain (Jude Law) who pulls together a misfit crew (including Scoot McNairy, Ben Mendelsohn and David Threlfall) to go after a sunken treasure rumored to be lost in the depths of the Black Sea. As greed and desperation take control onboard their claustrophobic vessel, the increasing uncertainty of the mission causes the men to turn on each other to fight for their own survival. Focus Features releases the film on January 23rd, 2015. Good?
Looks like MacDonald is back on track creating tension and angst. I couldn't get through The Eagle and How I Live Now. Personally I think the trailer revealed a little much, but this movie does look good. Underwater thrillers give me the willies. But, a January release date?
Quanah on Oct 2, 2014
Xerxexx on Oct 2, 2014
Mazen K. on Oct 2, 2014
Looks scary but it shows too much.
Nash on Oct 2, 2014
Wonder if that's how the Nazi sub ended up there?
Carpola on Oct 2, 2014
Greed becomes us all.
DAVIDPD on Oct 2, 2014
Jamie Holmes on Oct 3, 2014
Fantastic fucking cast! Showed too much, as usual...but man, what a great cast!
Jonathan on Oct 7, 2014
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