Watch: Full US Trailer for Gabriele Muccino's 'Fathers & Daughters'
"We'll be fine." "Pinky swear?" To follow-up the Japanese trailer we featured yesterday, Voltage Pictures has debuted the official US trailer for Gabriele Muccino's Fathers and Daughters, the drama starring Russell Crowe and Amanda Seyfried. The film takes place across two different storylines, one set in the 1980s with Crowe raising his daughter, the other set at current day with his daughter now grown up struggling to connect with her boyfriend, played by Aaron Paul. This is a slightly different version of the trailer from the other day, with many of the same moments, and a few more scenes and alternate music. I still prefer Crowe's storyline with the younger daughter more than the other one with Seyfried. Take a look.
Here's the US trailer (+ poster) for Gabriele Muccino's Fathers & Daughters, from Voltage's YouTube:
A Pulitzer-winning writer (Crowe) grapples with being a widower and father after a mental breakdown, while, 27 years later, his grown daughter (Seyfried) struggles to forge connections of her own. Fathers and Daughters is directed by Italian filmmaker Gabriele Muccino, of the films Playing for Keeps, Kiss Me Again, Seven Pounds, The Pursuit of Happyness, Remember Me My Love and The Last Kiss previously. The screenplay was written by Brad Desch. The film will be opening in Japan this October (where the trailer is from), but the US release has yet to be figured out. Stay tuned for updates on the release. Your thoughts?
Reader Feedback - 7 Comments
I liked the Jpn trailer better. // I half expected the song to start singing about Jack Sparrow. // Seems like a missed opportunity to play John Mayer's "Daughters."
DAVIDPD on Aug 7, 2015
wait a minute - you mean there IS a reason for john mayers music to exist??......hmmmmmmmmm. I really doubt it.
dan on Aug 8, 2015
I just barfed all over the place
Slazzom Blop on Aug 8, 2015
PikeyOneil on Aug 8, 2015
Man, I don't know about this one, Alex. I looks way too sentimental and maudlin to me...and very, very emotionally manipulative. A pity, as I myself have a grown daughter and a grown granddaughter, but I don't see this movie as being anything close to my experience. Too bad as I really like Russell Crowe. One of my favorite films of his is the little seen and little appreciated A Good Year with the wonderful Marion Cottelaud (sorry for the messed spelling) and directed by Ridley Scott of all people. Oh well, ya win some and you lose some. I'll pass on this one.
Guest on Aug 8, 2015
POTATO CHIP... BITCH - A. Paul
MaqueeStalker on Aug 10, 2015
RAW_D on Aug 11, 2015
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