First Trailer for Adam McKay's 'Vice' Starring Christian Bale as Cheney

October 3, 2018
Source: YouTube

Vice Trailer

"When you have power, people will always try to take it from you. Always." Annapurna has finally debuted the first official trailer for Adam McKay's new movie Vice, about the "most powerful Vice President in history" - Dick Cheney. Yep. After earning five Oscar nominations and one big win for The Big Short, McKay has made another political satire, this time starring Christian Bale as the infamous VP. We've all been waiting to see something from this, and the movie will be out in theaters nationwide on Christmas Day - perfect for the holidays, right? The cast of McKay's Vice includes Amy Adams as Lynne Cheney, Alison Pill as Mary Cheney, Bill Pullman as Rockefeller, Steve Carell as Rumsfeld, Sam Rockwell as George W. Bush, Lily Rabe as Liz Cheney, Eddie Marsan as Paul Wolfovitz, as well as Jesse Plemons, Shea Whigham, LisaGay Hamilton, Tyler Perry, Justin Kirk, and Bill Camp. This looks wildly hilarious.

Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Adam McKay's Vice, direct from Annapurna's YouTube:

Vice Movie

Explores the epic story about how a bureaucratic Washington insider (Christian Bale) quietly became the most powerful man in the world as Vice-President to George W. Bush, reshaping the country and the globe in ways that we still feel today. Vice is written and directed by American filmmaker Adam McKay, writer & director of the films Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby, Step Brothers, The Other Guys, Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, and the Oscar-nominated The Big Short previously; and screenwriter on the first Ant-Man. This film went under other titles including Backseat and Cheney before they chose Vice. Annapurna will release McKay's Vice in theaters everywhere starting Tuesday, December 25th, Christmas Day later this year. First impression? Who's ready for this?

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And the Oscar goes to...?

kitano0 on Oct 3, 2018


...none of these guys and gals :D!

Whichhalfofthewit on Oct 3, 2018


I'm....not sure what to think about this. Christian Bale is completely unrecognizable, but I know one thing: I'm NOT going to abandon my family on Christmas to rush out and go see this! lol

THE_RAW_ on Oct 3, 2018


Let's not kid ourselves, if ever there was a reason to ditch your family on Christmas, it would be Dick.

grimjob on Oct 3, 2018


I see what you did there 😉

THE_RAW_ on Oct 3, 2018


Oh no, hell no, that's something I can easily pass. Some of the cast might be ok, but the whole story is not even close to be interesting ...

shiboleth on Oct 3, 2018


The Big Short was very enjoyable, hoping this one is too. It doesn't look quite as intriguing but I hope to be proven wrong.

Efterklang on Oct 3, 2018


I think it comes down to subject matter. The Big Short affected everyone with certain guys trying to make good of a terrible situation(and help people) where Dick is just about a d-bag working things to his advantage (and helping himself).

THE_RAW_ on Oct 3, 2018


Yeah, definitely. This should be worth watching though with the talent involved.

Efterklang on Oct 3, 2018


Rockwell as W?! Dear god, yes.

grimjob on Oct 3, 2018


My favorite role of his is "Bronco" from Gentleman Broncos.

THE_RAW_ on Oct 3, 2018


I've yet to see that one, been on the list for awhile now. I might have to go with Confessions of a Dangerous Mind. Or Moon. Or Three Billboards. Damn he's great.

grimjob on Oct 3, 2018


Do yourself a favor and check out Gentleman Broncos. Let me know what you think.

THE_RAW_ on Oct 3, 2018


I thought Amy Adams was Kate Mckinnon in a couple of frames.

Brandon Cole on Oct 3, 2018


Damn! Good makeup on Christian!!

DAVIDPD on Oct 3, 2018


Hey Bo. It's means usually "animated picture". I posted a gif with my comment. Can you see it?

tarek on Oct 3, 2018


What do y'all think, he spent 10, maybe 15 seconds working on that Cheney sneer and then said, "Let's film this bitch!" Don't you have to let history be history for a little bit longer before making a film about it?? I think so. History I remember clearly, from when it happened and I was living, I usually don't go see as a movie. Just my thoughts. There are few exceptions, like The Big Short. That was entertaining and informative (rare). This though, prolly gonna pass on happily.

Whichhalfofthewit on Oct 3, 2018


Meh another Liberal slanted take on the Republican Party. No thanks I’ll watch every channel that Rupert Murdoch doesn’t own if I wanna see that. Call me when you make a positive take on your political party opponents. Since that would be original.

Zardoz on Oct 3, 2018


Is it even possible to make a positive take on the Republican Party? Dick Cheney is a literal psychopath and George W. Bush will go down as one of the worst Presidents of all time, second probably only to Trump. Enjoy living in your delusional fantasy world.

DoctorJohnny on Oct 10, 2018


people need to learn to take a joke. That's all.

Awesome guy on Oct 16, 2018

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