First Trailer for Marc Webb's Film 'The Only Living Boy in New York'
"That's her - the other woman." Amazon + Roadside have unveiled the first official trailer for The Only Living Boy in New York, the second film from director Marc Webb being released this year (his other one is Gifted starring Chris Evans). The Only Living Boy in New York is about a recent college grad, played by Callum Turner (also seen in Victor Frankenstein, Assassin's Creed), whose big city life is thrown into disarray when he discovers his father has a mistress. This also stars Kate Beckinsale, Pierce Brosnan, Kiersey Clemons, Cynthia Nixon, and Jeff Bridges. This looks solid, a bit funky, with a mix of tones that may or may not work. I like Jeff Bridges as the older guy dispensing wisdom, I'll be hoping for the best.
Here's the first official trailer for Marc Webb's The Only Living Boy in New York, direct from YouTube:
Adrift in New York City, a recent college graduate (Callum Turner) seeks the guidance of an eccentric neighbor (Jeff Bridges) as his life is upended by his father's mistress. The Only Living Boy in New York is directed by American filmmaker Marc Webb, of the films 500 Days of Summer, The Amazing Spider-Man 1 & 2, and this year's Gifted previously. The screenplay is written by Allan Loeb (Things We Lost in the Fire, 21, The Switch, Just Go with It, Rock of Ages, Collateral Beauty). Amazon Studios + Roadside Attractions will release The Only Living Boy in New York in select theaters starting on August 11th later this summer.
So...you'll be seeing this I take it?
THE_RAW_ on Jun 19, 2017
I liked 500 Days of Summer but I'm not sure if I'm digging the story behind this film. It seems a bit...contrived and predictable. Dig the cast though. Hopefully I'm wrong...
THE_RAW_ on Jun 19, 2017
Kid: Hey I want to hump. Girl: Hey I don't want to hump. Kid: Hey who's humping my dad? Mistress: Hey I'm humping your dad. Kid: Hey you want to hump? Mistress: Hey maybe. Girl: Hey hump me instead. Movie over.
Quanah on Jun 19, 2017
Perfect... now post it on Wikipedia and lets call it a day.
backwardsprogress on Jun 20, 2017
Kate Beckinsale is super-fine!. Other than that this movie looks ridiculous and silly
Trey on Jun 20, 2017
That Callum Turner kid reminds me of a young Richard Gere. Looks like a good coming-of-age story, if a little PC
kitano0 on Jun 20, 2017
This looks ridiculous.
Carpola on Jun 20, 2017
I don't know about the film itself, but Kate Beckinsale is beyond whatever happens in it ...
shiboleth on Jun 20, 2017
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