Second Trailer Hits for Adam McKay's Banker Comedy 'The Big Short'
"We can do everything straight and still go broke." Paramount has debuted another new full-length trailer for Adam McKay's The Big Short, which is earning buzz after premiering at the AFI Fest in Los Angeles earier this month (read Marco's review here). The movie is about a group of bankers who see the financial crash about to come and attempt to plan around it. The film stars quite a cast of major actors: Christian Bale, Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, Karen Gillan, Marisa Tomei, Melissa Leo, Rafe Spall and Brad Pitt. I still can't tell if this is a parody of a trailer for an actual drama about bankers in the financial crisis, or whether it's actually played this dry and melodramatic in the movie. I'm hoping there's more to laugh at.
Here's the second trailer for Adam McKay's The Big Short, direct from Paramount's YouTube:
When four outsiders saw what the big banks, media and government refused to, the global collapse of the economy, they had an idea: The Big Short. Their bold investment leads them into the dark underbelly of modern banking where they must question everyone and everything. Based on the surprisingly true story and best-selling book of the same name by Michael Lewis (The Blind Side, Moneyball), and directed by Adam McKay (Anchorman, Step Brothers, Anchorman 2, The Other Guys) The Big Short stars Christian Bale, Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling & Brad Pitt. The screenplay is written by Adam McKay & Charles Randolph. Paramount will open The Big Short in limited theaters starting December 11th with expansion later on.
Reader Feedback - 7 Comments
This reminds me so much of the trailers from that Damon/Soderbergh movie. THE INFORMANT!?? I loved that one.
DAVIDPD on Nov 23, 2015
Liking the reviews I've seen for this one, and with this cast it's gon' be gud
Efterklang on Nov 23, 2015
The fella at 0:15 and 1:28 is a young Matt Damon
AstroMac on Nov 23, 2015
The banks fucked everyone over and they've made a comedy about it. Yay!
Carpola on Nov 23, 2015
Well, it looks that US just love capitalism. Let them have it ...
shiboleth on Nov 24, 2015
stop calling this a comedy, it's clearly an actual drama, it's even listed on imdb as only a drama
JP on Nov 25, 2015
How is anyone confusing this for a comedy?
IamSlave on Nov 26, 2015
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