Second Trailer for the Coen Brothers' Comedy 'Hail, Caesar!' Drops In
"It's… complicated." More! More! Bravo! Universal has unveiled another amusing new trailer for the Coen Brothers' comedy Hail, Caesar!, which makes a mockery of the classic era of Hollywood in a story of a missing actor. We've seen one full trailer and plenty of TV spots for this comedy so far, but the more we see, the better it looks. The outstanding ensemble cast for this Hollywood mystery includes George Clooney, Josh Brolin, Ralph Fiennes, Tilda Swinton, Channing Tatum, Scarlett Johansson, Frances McDormand, Jonah Hill and Alden Ehrenreich. This is already one of my most anticipated of 2016, can't wait to see it! Looks like the perfect dose of hilarity we all need right as the awards season ends. Enjoy!
Here's the second official trailer for the Coen Brothers' Hail, Caesar!, direct from Universal's YouTube:
This new comedy from Joel & Ethan Coen is about a Hollywood fixer in the 1950s working to keep the studio's stars in line. Hail, Caesar! is both written and directed by iconic American filmmakers Joel Coen and Ethan Coen, of the films Inside Llewyn Davis, True Grit, A Serious Man, Burn After Reading, No Country for Old Men, O Brother Where Art Thou?, The Big Lebowski, Fargo, Barton Fink and Miller's Crossing previously. "I wouldn't actually call it a 'musical comedy' — there are movies within the movie, and those movies might have comedic music, but the movie we’re making is actually not comical," composer Carter Burwell said earlier this year about the film. It premieres at the Berlin Film Festival. Universal will release the Coen Bros' Hail, Caesar! in limited theaters starting February 5th next month. See you there?
Reader Feedback - 11 Comments
best laugh I've had today....
kitano0 on Jan 12, 2016
that was beautiful
Ryan on Jan 12, 2016
Best trailer of 2016 so far.
Aj Meadows on Jan 12, 2016
God I can't wait to this. REALLY enjoyed their approach with this trailer.
Nick Sears on Jan 12, 2016
I dig these "scene" trailers. I think they work so much better than the mini summaries so many films have transitioned to as of late.
DAVIDPD on Jan 12, 2016
I agree. It interests me more when it's mostly a scene.
Lar Rackell on Jan 13, 2016
I agree. They do pretty much spoil the whole movie these days.
bumboclot on Jan 14, 2016
Ha! Fantastic. Reminded me a bit of the A Serious Man trailer (mainly the repetitive soundbite part).
Terry Craig on Jan 12, 2016
Hmm, I don't know where they're going with this, but I am observing the time in front of us all and I wait... Hoping this won't end up in a mess ...
shiboleth on Jan 13, 2016
That was amazing.
Lar Rackell on Jan 13, 2016
Love them Coens.
grimjob on Jan 13, 2016
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