Watch: New US Trailer Anton Corbijn's 'Life' Featuring Dane DeHaan
"I lose myself in my roles, I don't want to lose myself in all this other stuff!" Time to revisit the past. A brand new official US trailer has arrived for Anton Corbijn's film Life, a drama starring Robert Pattinson as photographer Dennis Stock, and Dane DeHaan as his subject, soon-to-be-an-icon actor James Dean. The story follows Stock who strikes up a friendship with Dean while photographing him. The travel around the country, and Dean learns what it's like to be famous. I am not a fan of this film at all (my review), the performances aren't even that great; I recommend staying away. But if this captures your interest, enjoy it.
Here's the newest US trailer for Anton Corbijn's Life, originally found via Collider:
Corbijn's follow-up to A Most Wanted Man, Life captures the nuances and complexities of the relationship between photographer and subject in a way rarely seen or understood by someone outside the business. In a nod to Corbijn’s own past experience, the film is told from the perspective of the Life photographer Dennis Stock (Pattinson) who meets and profiles Dean (DeHaan) for the magazine, turning out some of Dean’s most iconic photographs. Life is directed by photographer-turned-filmmaker Anton Corbijn, of the films Control, The American and A Most Wanted Man previously. The script is written by Luke Davies. The film first premiered at the Berlin Film Festival. Corbijn's Life arrives in theaters this fall, but no date is set.
Very, very ... nothing? Since I don't believe that R. Pattinson could evolve in anything close to serious acting ... And it all looks way too childish ...
shiboleth on Nov 17, 2015
It does look a little dress-up.
Carpola on Nov 17, 2015
Well, it's about moooovie star and they are so shinny and pretty, huh...
shiboleth on Nov 18, 2015
Good. This looks good. DeHaan is a classic movie star in the making, I think. He seems to have everything necessary to become one of the greats.
DAVIDPD on Nov 18, 2015
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