Watch: New Trailer for Chilean Mining Catastrophe Movie 'The 33'
"That's not a rock, that's the heart of the mountain - she finally broke…" Warner Bros has debuted the full trailer for the Chilean mining catastrophe movie The 33, directed by Patricia Riggen, starring an ensemble international cast: Antonio Banderas, Rodrigo Santoro, Juliette Binoche, James Brolin, and Lou Diamond Phillips, with Bob Gunton and Gabriel Byrne. The cast also includes Mario Casas, Jacob Vargas, Juan Pablo Raba, Oscar Nuñez, Tenoch Huerta, Marco Treviño, Adriana Barraza, Kate Del Castillo, Cote de Pablo, Elizabeth De Razzo, Naomi Scott, Gustavo Angarita, and Alejandro Goic. This is one of those uplifting, inspirational movies of hope and perseverance. It's Hollywood-ized, but it still looks pretty good.
Here's the new official trailer for Patricia Riggen's The 33, direct from Warner Bros' YouTube:
In 2010, the eyes of the world turned to Chile, where 33 miners had been buried alive by the catastrophic explosion and collapse of a 100-year-old gold and copper mine. Over the next 69 days, an international team worked night and day in a desperate attempt to rescue the trapped men as their families and friends, as well as millions of people globally, waited and watched anxiously for any sign of hope. But 200 stories beneath the surface, in the suffocating heat and with tensions rising, provisions—and time—were quickly running out. The 33 is directed by Mexican filmmaker Patricia Riggen, of Girl in Progress and Under the Same Moon previously. Warner Bros will release Riggen's The 13 starting on November 13th later this fall.
Reader Feedback - 10 Comments
All these people spoke Spanish in real life, not English.. So if you're gonna make a serious movie about this event, either do it in Spanish with subtitles or do it in English and get rid of the stupid accents !!!
Tester on Jul 29, 2015
At least they are mostly all hispanic actors.
David Diaz on Jul 29, 2015
Sadly, and I mean sadly, there is a large percentage of the viewing audience that does not like to read subtitles. Therefore making this a Spanish language film would diminish the film's profits. Yes, I also would have liked to see the actors speak Spanish, but sometimes (all the time) money talks.
DAVIDPD on Jul 29, 2015
Yeah... the English speaking Chilean miners is a little distracting... Sounds like it's going to be really formulaic ...I'll skip.
mzungu on Jul 29, 2015
I hoping this can act as a rebirth for Antonio Banderas.
DAVIDPD on Jul 29, 2015
My thoughts exactly ...
shiboleth on Jul 29, 2015
"Viva Chile Mierda!"
gonsa sba on Jul 30, 2015
CollegeHill_45224 on Aug 30, 2015
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