Short Teaser for Darren Aronofsky's 'Mother!' with Jennifer Lawrence

July 31, 2017
Source: YouTube

Mother! Teaser Trailer

"What brings you to us?" Paramount has revealed the first teaser trailer for Darren Aronofsky's new film titled Mother!, or actually mother!, without any capitalization. This is the first time we've seen or heard anything from this, since it has been shrouded in secrecy ever since it was announced. Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem stars as a couple whose relationship is "tested" when uninvited guests arrive at their home. That's all we know about it, and it's probably best to stay in the dark for this one. The cast includes Ed Harris, Michelle Pfeiffer, Domhnall Gleeson, Brian Gleeson, Stephen McHattie, Kristen Wiig, and Stefan Simchowitz. With a score by Jóhann Jóhannsson. So far so good, I'm very excited to see more from this, though I would prefer to just go in without knowing anything else just to be surprised.

Here's the first teaser trailer (+ teaser poster) for Darren Aronofsky's Mother!, direct from YouTube:

You can now watch the full-length trailer for Aronofsky's Mother! here, for more footage from this film.

Mother! Movie Poster

For more info & updates, follow @MotherMovie. Or you can also follow Darren directly @DarrenAronofsky.

Centers on a couple (Jennifer Lawrence & Javier Bardem) whose relationship is tested when uninvited guests arrive at their home, disrupting their tranquil existence. Mother! is both written and directed by acclaimed American filmmaker Darren Aronofsky, of the films Pi, Requiem for a Dream, The Fountain, The Wrestler, Black Swan, and Noah previously. The film is also produced by Aronofsky, as well as his producing partners Scott Franklin and Ari Handel. Paramount Pictures will release Aronofsky's Mother! in select theaters starting September 15th later this fall. Stay tuned for a full trailer soon. First impression?

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Yeah, not sure I want to know any more than this before seeing it either, will probably still watch the trailer though. One of my most anticipated movies this year just because of the talent involved.

Efterklang on Jul 31, 2017


What. The. Fuck? Definitely gonna have to keep my eye this one.

JohnDoeB on Jul 31, 2017


May as well be an M Night Shayamamlymalyan film, looks like it to me.

Jahmani Campbell on Jul 31, 2017


Aronofsky fan,despite his Noah was dissapointting, i'll see this anyway! Trailer looks allright.think i'm gonna stay away from the rest of the media that gets released

Stefan van Zweden on Jul 31, 2017


I am curious to find out what happened with WTF.

DAVIDPD on Jul 31, 2017


Studio involvement, big budget.....need I say more.

deerosa on Aug 1, 2017


He took a risk and it didn't work out. I think it's as simple as that.

Quanah on Aug 1, 2017



THE_RAW_ on Jul 31, 2017


Who cast this? Lawrence can pass for a high schooler in film but Bardem looks like he's edging 60. Must be a kinky couple in the film

steve on Jul 31, 2017


Exciting! Wonder if it'll be a horror flick, because I could go for another one by Aronofsky... Pi and Black Swan were both great, and I def prefer it over his The Fountain/Noah stuff. Sick cast, too.

Terry Craig on Jul 31, 2017


There was some Spanish film with similar subject. But never mind. What I wonder, why is this made. I mean, just from watching the trailer (and yes, this is just a teaser), I saw Don't Breath as interesting one. This, apart from known faces, looks like it offers just another cliche. To make it worse, it will be directed by Aronofsky. Not good, not good at all ...

shiboleth on Jul 31, 2017


Wait, what? What was so cliché about this teaser? I saw no similarities to Don't Breathe, and Aronofsky is a hugely talented director. Of course you are allowed to have your own opinion about Aronofsky, but everything else you said didn't make much sense to me.

Efterklang on Aug 1, 2017


I was more referring to a lot of horrors we see these days that look very much like they are all the same (with stories about haunted houses and like that). Don't Breath is much better than those, I think it's different in a good way and it does not look similar to this one. And also, no, I wasn't thinking about Aronofsky as a bad director. But I am saddened to see a such good director making potentially a cliche story we're full these days. And as you said, I'm entitled to my opinion, but there's still time to see the trailer and the film itself to give more reasonable judgement. Is this any better?

shiboleth on Aug 1, 2017


Yeah, I get more what you mean now. I was just a bit confused at some of the things you said in your first post, maybe it's a language barrier thing. But I have to say I don't see the "cliché" part, and I hope, and think, that the full trailer will show us something original 🙂

Efterklang on Aug 1, 2017


Well, I'm definitely in favor of this last thing. I can't have anything against a good film. As for the language barrier, I am really trying to make it less and less noticeable. Thanks for your answer and understanding. Cheers ...

shiboleth on Aug 1, 2017


BLACK SWAN amped to 11!!!

DAVIDPD on Jul 31, 2017


That's a movie. It started as a script, and now it's going to be in theaters. I will also describe anything else obvious when asked.

Quanah on Jul 31, 2017


I will see anything Darren A makes and C Nolan makes. Perfect tease of a trailer.

deerosa on Aug 1, 2017


Noah agreed. Everything else you are wrong.

petermccormack on Aug 2, 2017


Okay, fair point. Still though, you are wrong.

petermccormack on Aug 3, 2017

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