Full Theatrical Trailer for Robert Zemeckis' New WWII Romance 'Allied'
"They're watching us… Now kiss me." Paramount has unveiled a new full-length theatrical trailer for Robert Zemeckis' Allied, the WWII-set romantic drama starring Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard as lovers. Pitt plays an intelligence officer stationed in North Africa in 1942 who falls for a "resistance fighter" named Marianne Beausejour. They reunite in London but it turns out there's more to each of them than it seems, as they hint at in this trailer. The cast includes Lizzy Caplan, Matthew Goode, Raffey Cassidy, Charlotte Hope and Jared Harris. This looks much better than the first two teasers, now that we finally get a good look at the full story and the scope of everything going on in this. I'm actually looking forward to seeing this.
Here's the full theatrical trailer (+ poster) for Robert Zemeckis' Allied, direct from YouTube:
Allied is the story of intelligence officer Max Vatan (Pitt), who in 1942 North Africa encounters French Resistance fighter Marianne Beausejour (Cotillard) on a deadly mission behind enemy lines. Reunited in London, their relationship is threatened by the extreme pressures of the war. Allied is directed by veteran filmmaker Robert Zemeckis, of many films including Back to the Future, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Contact, Cast Away, Forrest Gump, The Polar Express, Beowulf, Flight, and The Walk most recently. The screenplay is written by Oscar nominated writer Steven Knight. Paramount Pictures will release Zemeckis' Allied in theaters everywhere starting November 23rd, Thanksgiving week, this fall. How does that look?
Personal BS aside, this looks very good. Maybe a bit on the nose, but I think it will be pretty great.
DAVIDPD on Oct 5, 2016
Zzzzzzzzz. Endless WW2 dress forever.
Carpola on Oct 5, 2016
I'd rather watch Troy. ACHIIIIILLES!
tarek on Oct 6, 2016
Dear Brad, I don't know what you've been doing, but that Marion Cottilard is worth every Angie's wrath... The film itself looks less so ...
shiboleth on Oct 5, 2016
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