Two New Trailers for Spielberg's 'Bridge of Spies' Starring Tom Hanks

September 16, 2015

Bridge of Spies Trailer

"What's the next move… when you don't know what the game is?" Two new trailers have debuted online for Steven Spielberg's latest, the Cold War spy thriller Bridge of Spies, starring Tom Hanks as a lawyer caught in between two governments vying for power. The more and more we see for this, the more excited I get, but that may just be because it's the "new Spielberg movie" and it looks really good. We've seen at least two different trailers for Bridge of Spies so far, so a few more trailers are fine, but I don't want to see too much before going into theaters to see this. The cast includes Amy Ryan, Mark Rylance, Austin Stowell & Alan Alda. The movie may not be heavy on action, but I'm still intrigued. Catch both new trailers below.

Here's the newest official US trailer for Steven Spielberg's Bridge of Spies, originally from

And here's the other new "The Game" trailer for Bridge of Spies, found on YouTube via The Film Stage:

Bridge of Spies, originally titled St. James Place, is directed by the acclaimed filmmaker Steven Spielberg (of Lincoln, War Horse, The Adventures of Tintin and The BFG most recently) with a script originally by Matt Charman and rewritten by Oscar-winning writing/directing duo Joel & Ethan Coen. The film follows James Donovan, an attorney who negotiated the release of downed U-2 spy plane pilot Francis Gary Powers, who was held and interrogated by the KGB and imprisoned for espionage after being shot down for flying over Soviet airspace in 1960. Amy Ryan, Alan Alda and Mark Rylance also star in the DreamWorks film. Walt Disney's Touchstone Pictures will release Bridge of Spies in theaters this fall on October 16th, 2015.

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I'm profoundly intrigued.

Quanah on Sep 16, 2015


Spielberg is Legend. Whatever this man makes, I will watch. Nothing else to add.

Sascha Dikiciyan on Sep 16, 2015


Can't wait until Spielberg stops his political movies and does again what did make him a legend ,sience fiction! Everybody who remembers going to close encounters in the cinema knows what i mean. It was magic!

ari smulders on Sep 16, 2015


Yeah...Schindler's List and Saving Private Ryan were garbage

Venom on Sep 16, 2015


Ari, all I hear is blablabla. You obviously do not know film.

Sascha Dikiciyan on Sep 16, 2015


Noop,you guys don't get my comment. I like saving private ryan and Munich but I only want to see him return to sience fiction....

ari smulders on Sep 17, 2015

7 you speak it????

Venom on Sep 17, 2015


better than you chinese ..

ari smulders on Sep 18, 2015


And you never had the close encounters experience in a cinema. You where to young... So I know allot more of movies than you! Sorry...

ari smulders on Sep 17, 2015


@arismulders:disqus do you think he 'passed the torch' to JJ Abrams? People seem to have given him the title of the 'new Spielberg' (confirmed in the Spielberg produced 'Super 8'. I agree with you... I'm old enough to remember the 80s golden Spielberg era.

Duane on Sep 18, 2015


I am not impressed with jj Abrahams work, and yes his remakes are fun to watch and star wars will be awesome. But remember Spielberg made duel, close encounters,ET,jaws before he was 50! Super 8 did indeed capture that amblin feel to it, but jj Abram's is still lightyears away from the same quality as the Master Spielberg. And I think onley one person can reach that same level and that's Christopher Nolan..

ari smulders on Sep 18, 2015


Hanks is once again proving his metal. Spielberg is doing his thing.

DAVIDPD on Sep 16, 2015


I just noticed, no John Williams score! Woa. Newman is alright but a bit bummed that Williams isn't doing it.

Sascha Dikiciyan on Sep 16, 2015


Be grateful he's still alive and at least doing Episode 7...the guy is OLD

Big McLargeHuge on Sep 16, 2015


yeah...he's probably only got a few more movies in him so sad

Venom on Sep 16, 2015


Spielberg needs to retire already. His films are uninteresting and pointless.

Wannabe on Sep 17, 2015


I really wish sometimes that Soviets/Russians had even better cinema than they did so we could see another stagings and replays of the Cold War. Or even double versions of it since this almost always the same versions of history by American cinema are really getting boring and all the same...

shiboleth on Sep 17, 2015


I have seen this and it's great. Of course I lived through all of this so it is great to see it done so well - and providing the background we never knew. I do wonder which portion of the movie was shot in Poland since there was a Polish crew in the credits.

Wyckette on Oct 22, 2015

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