Official Trailer for Woody Allen's 'Café Society' with Jesse Eisenberg

April 21, 2016
Source: YouTube

Cafe Society Trailer

"Hey pal - you bored already?" "I'm kinda half bored, half fascinated." French distributor Mars Films has released the first trailer for Woody Allen's new film Café Society, which is opening the 2016 Cannes Film Festival in just a few weeks. Allen goes back to telling a romantic period piece focusing on a young man who lands in Hollywood in the 1930s, during the "vibrant café society that defined the spirit of the age". This looks like another fun inside look at the early days of Hollywood, with the kind of eccentric cast we've come to expect from Allen. Jesse Eisenberg stars with Kristen Stewart as his love interest, plus Jeannie Berlin, Steve Carell, Blake Lively, Parker Posey, Corey Stoll, Ken Stott & Paul Schneider. Enjoy.

Here's the first official trailer for Woody Allen's Café Society, direct from Mars Film's YouTube:

Cafe Society Poster

A young man arrives in Hollywood during the 1930s hoping to work in the film industry. There, he falls in love, and finds himself swept up in the vibrant café society that defined the spirit of the age. Café Society is the latest film written & directed by the legendary Woody Allen, of Midnight in Paris, Match Point, Scoop, Cassandra's Dream, Vicky Cristina Barcelona, Annie Hall, Manhattan, and most recently To Rome with Love, Blue Jasmine, Magic in the Moonlight, and Irrational Man just last year. The film will premiere as the Opening Night Film at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival this May. Amazon Studios will then be releasing Woody Allen's Café Society in theaters starting August 12th later this summer. Your thoughts on this one?

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Woah, this looks really good. Allen might be a deviant, but he can still crank out a flick!

DAVIDPD on Apr 21, 2016


You know, that's the perfect description for Allen (besides "genius"). "Deviant", not those other things people say.

kitano0 on Apr 22, 2016


Oh come on, Jean Claude van Damme or Steven Seagal, that's deviant, Woody Allen is special and original. And you must be jealous, admit it ...

shiboleth on Apr 22, 2016


Ha Ha! Maybe I am, but marrying your adopted daughter...yeah that's not exactly gallant behavior...

DAVIDPD on Apr 23, 2016


I, of course, understand what you mean. Somehow, I wasn't surprised when it happened which doesn't mean I wasn't appalled. But then again, I do understand him (which is different from approving) since he can make movies and has a relationship he can control. Definitely not the nicest thing to do. What is really fascinating, it works. So it got normalized. And there's some artistic perspective and integrity about that. No matter what you or I think about morals. In some respect, he reminds me on Charlie Chaplin ... And, as for jealousy, it was a tease, you got it, right?

shiboleth on Apr 23, 2016


Of course, shibby!!~

DAVIDPD on Apr 23, 2016


You are 100% wrong about that statement and I think you know it too. If you DON'T know it you certainly shouldn't call yourself a fan of movies. You sure can call yourself uninformed however.

Charles Knowlton on Apr 24, 2016


"Unrequited love kills more people a year than tuberculosis"

CUJO on Apr 21, 2016


This looks pretty damn good!

Nielsen700 on Apr 22, 2016


I'm feelin it. I'm also enjoying seeing Steve Carell getting a lot of roles in good films lately.

Danimal on Apr 22, 2016


I sense, again, some real autobiographical tones in this. But, what the heck, it still is good. And then, there's also Parker Posey somewhere, which is always very nice ...

shiboleth on Apr 22, 2016


Can someone please tell me how in the heck Jesse Eisenberg (Nervous Nelly) keeps getting work?!?!

CyraNOSE on Apr 29, 2016

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