Final Trailer for 'In the Heart of the Sea' Starring Chris Hemsworth
"As I live and breathe, he's mine!" Get ready for a deep dive with Chris Hemsworth in the fourth and final trailer from Warner Bros for Ron Howard's In the Heart of the Sea. Part of this was shown on TV during the World Series game, and now the entire very epic trailer is online. Hemsworth stars as Owen Chase, and he's joined by a solid ensemble cast including Cillian Murphy, Frank Dillane, Charlotte Riley, Tom Holland, Ben Whishaw, Paul Anderson, Benjamin Walker, Jordi Mollà and Brendan Gleeson. This story is really lead by Hemsworth, and I am curious to see him take on the legendary white whale. I still think this looks like it might be really good, we'll know soon. "Don't you quit on me…! We're going home…"
Here's the very final official trailer for Ron Howard's In the Heart of the Sea, direct from Warner Bros:
Based on the 1820 event, a whaling ship is preyed upon by a sperm whale, stranding its crew at sea for 90 days, thousands of miles from home. In the Heart of the Sea is directed by acclaimed filmmaker Ron Howard, of many great films including Cocoon, Willow, Backdraft, Apollo 13, Rnasom, A Beautiful Mind, Cinderella Man, The Da Vinci Code, Frost/Nixon, Angels & Demons, Rush throughout his career. Based on the book of the same name by Nathaniel Philbrick, with a screenplay by Charles Leavitt (and many others). Warner Bros. Pictures will release In the Heart of the Sea in theaters starting on December 11th, 2015.
I just can't generate any interest for this movie. It surprises me that Ron Howard at this point in his career would even be interested in a movie like this.
IG88ShotSecond on Nov 2, 2015
I have the exact same feeling.
Mr Chatterbox on Nov 2, 2015
I'm really interested in seeing this, it has a lot of appeal for me.
Xerxexx on Nov 2, 2015
"Call me Ishmale model..." No interest.
cuckoozey on Nov 2, 2015
I used to love Ron Howard films...but, that was 12 years ago. Where has Ron gone?
txJM on Nov 2, 2015
I still don't see the reason to make another film about this. Movies don't do anything pressing and important these days, they rely on something worth taking over from tradition, something that won't make people asking some real questions about life and systems we life in. Very mediocre, very much indeed ...
shiboleth on Nov 2, 2015
Watch for the period sets. That is all.
DAVIDPD on Nov 2, 2015
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