Full Red Band Trailer for Jeremy Saulnier's Punk Thriller 'Green Room'
"This will be over soon, gentlemen." A24 has unveiled a new red band trailer for Jeremy Saulnier's Green Room, the violent punk rock thriller from the director of Blue Ruin that has played at Cannes, Sundance, TIFF and Deauville. Anton Yelchin stars along with Alia Shawkat, and they end up a secluded venue run by a gang of white power skinheads. Patrick Stewart stars as the leader of the gang, and he's great in this. Imogen Poots, Mark Webber, Eric Edelstein and Macon Blair also star. We've been posting glowing reviews of this since last year, and it's finally hitting theaters in a few months. This trailer reveals a bit too much of the film, including major reveals of the plot, but there's more in the film worth seeing. Take a look.
Here's the full red band trailer for Jeremy Saulnier's Green Room, direct from A24's YouTube:
Green Room is written and directed by Jeremy Saulnier, of Blue Ruin and Murder Party previously. Anton Yelchin and Alia Shawkat play a young punk rock band who find themselves trapped in a secluded venue after stumbling upon a horrific act of violence, fighting for their lives against a gang of white power skinheads. Patrick Stewart also stars as Darcy Banker, the unflinching and industrial leader of a ferocious white supremacist fiefdom based in the Pacific Northwest. Imogen Poots, Mark Webber and Macon Blair also star in the film. After first premiering at the Cannes Film Festival and Toronto Intl. Film Festival (Marco's review), A24 will release Green Room in US theaters starting on April 15th, 2016 this spring. In?
that poster is epic.
Xerxexx on Feb 2, 2016
Yeah, I'd be up for that.
Nick Sears on Feb 2, 2016
Oh hey, another flick with Anton Yelchin & Alia Shawkat (along with Driftless Area). Interesting. Looks a bit too overly dramatic, though. But it's just the trailer, so it might not be as threadbare as it looks here.
Terry Craig on Feb 2, 2016
Sir Patrick slaying it at every level.
DAVIDPD on Feb 2, 2016
Well, it's tough to have a punk band somewhere in the badlands... Watching Patrick Stewart in this role, however, might be interesting. It shows he can still choose interesting stuff ...
shiboleth on Feb 2, 2016
Will Saulnier's next film have a red theme?
redtie on Feb 2, 2016
Let him bleed aye captain
Joker's hideout on Feb 3, 2016
I saw this at TIFF Midnight Madness and it was hands down my favourite of the 10 films. It ranked as my #2, possibly my #1 of the entire festival. It has a surprise and shock factor like no movie I've seen. It...Is.... WILD!
Alex Williams on Feb 3, 2016
Alright, now this is what I'm talking about. Wow that's intense...
backwardsprogress on Feb 3, 2016
Wow. What a great looking film. So happy to see Anton Yelchin getting some more good roles, he's a hugely underrated actor who deserves more recognition. And how about Sir Patrick Stewart? He's on the warpath in this film, or so it seems. Glad to see Stewart in a role that's against type. Seems like an amateur filmmaker would have cast Bryan Cranston to play Stewart's role with no forward-thinking involved whatsoever.
thejon93rd on Feb 5, 2016
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