Anthony Hopkins & Colin Farrell in a New Trailer for Thriller 'Solace'
"See - he's just like me… He sees things." Lionsgate Premiere has unveiled one more new trailer for the film Solace, a psychological thriller about a psychic who attempts to get into the mind of a serial killer. This was originally supposed to open in 2015 and we even ran a trailer last year, but it never came out and the thriller was finally rescheduled to open this December. The film stars Anthony Hopkins and Colin Farrell, one plays a psychic, the other a meticulous serial killer, who battle mind-to-mind. Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Abbie Cornish, Marley Shelton and Xander Berkeley also star. This doesn't look much better than it did last year, though it's likely better timed now with Anthony Hopkins being in "Westworld". Have a look.
Here's the latest official trailer (+ poster) for Afonso Poyart's Solace, or Prémonitions, from YouTube:
A psychic works with an FBI special agent in order to hunt down a serial killer. Solace, also known as Prémonitions, is directed by Brazilian filmmaker Afonso Poyart, of 2 Coelhos (Two Rabbits) and a short film previously. The screenplay is written by Sean Bailey & Ted Griffin, with revisions by James Vanderbilt. This was filmed in/around Atlanta, Georgia. Relativity Media was going to distribute Solace here in the US in 2015 (see last year's trailer here), but that never happened. The film eventually premiered at the Toronto Film Festival in late 2015 and was picked up by Lionsgate Premiere for release. Solace will now arrive in select theaters + on VOD starting December 16th later this fall. Anyone still interested in seeing this film?
Reader Feedback - 10 Comments
This movie came out a year ago.
Josh W on Nov 10, 2016
I still haven't seen this but I am definitely rooting for Colin Farrell's character.
shiboleth on Nov 10, 2016
Always a pleasure to get more Hopkins.
DAVIDPD on Nov 10, 2016
saw it in 2015. Not bad at all. Worth a watch.
tarek on Nov 10, 2016
I'd like to point out that this movie is reworked from a script originally meant to be a sequel to Seven and say DANG I'd love to see that happen!
Rusty Shackelford on Nov 11, 2016
Was the working title "Eight"?
RAW_D on Nov 11, 2016
So...why did they switch the title to Solace from Premonitions? Cause...Premonitions seems WAY more appropriate....
RAW_D on Nov 11, 2016
Many movies have two titles. Maybe they adapt the title for the country that is to be released in.
tarek on Nov 11, 2016
I love the homage to PJ Harvey.
Charles Knowlton on Nov 12, 2016
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