Watch: Oscar Isaac vs Garrett Hedlund in First Trailer for 'Mojave'
"Who are you? No one in particular." A24 has debuted the first trailer for William Monahan's new thriller Mojave through Entertainment Tonight; view the full trailer below. Oscar Isaac stars along with Garrett Hedlund in this tale of two drifters who meet in the desert. The cast includes Hayley Magnus, Dania Ramirez, and apparently Mark Wahlberg and Walton Goggins, though there isn't much of them in this. It starts out with one story, twists into something more thrilling halfway through, and becomes badass at the end. I'm not sure if this will actually be any good. "This started in the desert, and it's going to end there."
Here's the first official trailer for William Monahan's Mojave, first debuted by Entertainment Tonight:
A near-suicidal artist (Garrett Hedlund) escapes to the desert only to encounter his doppelganger-like antagonist, a homicidal drifter (Oscar Isaac). Mojave is both written and directed by veteran screenwriter-turned-filmmaker William Monahan, who made his directorial debut on the film London Boulevard. He has written the scripts for Kingdom of Heaven, The Departed, Body of Lies, Edge of Darkness, and The Gambler previously. The film first premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival earlier this year. A24 will release William Monahan's Mojave in theaters in early 2016, for those interested. Stay tuned for more. Thoughts?
Reader Feedback - 9 Comments
It looks like they had bad start and just can't get it right. Really, that's all that is to it?
shiboleth on Dec 2, 2015
Just a simple misunderstandin' is all.
Movie Bear on Dec 4, 2015
How long until Oscar gets an Oscar?
TheOct8pus on Dec 2, 2015
Baffles the mind he didn't get more for INSIDE LLEWELLYN DAVIS.
DAVIDPD on Dec 2, 2015
I see what you did there.
capitandelespacio on Dec 3, 2015
Well, the music killed it. Just...horrific. But otherwise looks pretty intense?
Lar Rackell on Dec 2, 2015
I smell a FIGHT CLUB-like scenario happening.
DAVIDPD on Dec 2, 2015
Did we just see the end of the movie? 2:12, we see someone get shot in the neck and begin to fall over like dead and at 2:32, we see how that guy gets shot in the neck.
backwardsprogress on Dec 3, 2015
Looks like it could be good, but Williams Monahan is behind the camera. He's never directed anything of significant value and this movie looks like more of a gratuitous venture in violence than having any kind of context or substance behind it. A waste of two very fine actors.
Aaron on Dec 5, 2015
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