Will Smith & Margot Robbie in New IMAX and UK Trailers for 'Focus'

February 3, 2015


"I know you're doing something big. I want in." Just in case the average theater wasn't a big enough screen to see Will Smith and Margot Robbie pull off a big con with a romantic twist in Focus, you may be happy to hear that IMAX has decided to release the film on their giant screens the same day the film hits traditional screens. And to go along with that release addition, a new IMAX trailer has surfaced showing off a whole bunch of new footage. While I'm not sure this needs to be seen on an IMAX screen, the more I see of the film, the more interesting it looks, especially with a seemingly fun role for B.D. Wong in there. Watch!

Here's the new IMAX trailer for Glenn Ficarra & John Requa's Focus from IMAX:

And here's a new UK trailer for the film with some more footage from Warner Bros. UK:


You can still watch the second US trailer for Glenn Ficarra & John Requa's Focus right here.

Focus is written and directed by Glenn Ficarra & John Requa (Crazy Stupid Love, I Love You Phillip Morris). The film follows a professional conman (Will Smith) and someone just learning the criminal art (Margot Robbie of The Wolf of Wall Street and About Time) and how their past relationship comes back into play when they meet up again years later as one of them is planning an elaborate con in Buenos Aires. Rodrigo Santoro also stars in the film which Warner Bros. Pictures releases on February 27th, 2015.

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Let me guess, she is working smith the whole time. I'm just not feeling this movie. Im not sure if it is Smith, or the whole grifter plot. I just get the vibe that this wont be too good. Dat Margot tho.....d. a. m. n.

Brian Sleider on Feb 3, 2015


'Dat Margot tho.....d. a. m. n.' - exactly my problem with this movie... The rest is quite forgettable ...

shiboleth on Feb 3, 2015


Ummm. Ok. Keep on trollin bud.

Brian Sleider on Feb 3, 2015


I don't know, I just don't seem to care about Will Smith movies anymore. His schtick has just worn on me I guess.

John Doe on Feb 3, 2015

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