Full Trailer for Brady Corbet's Film 'Vox Lox' Starring Natalie Portman
"It's a weird world we live in… And the way I've chosen to live my life goes against some people's views on things." Neon has released the full-length official trailer for Vox Lux, the highly provocative, brilliant new film by American actor-turned-filmmaker Brady Corbet (his second film after The Childhood of a Leader previously). This premiered at the Venice and Toronto Film Festivals this year to some divisive reactions. Vox Lux stars Raffey Cassidy and Natalie Portman (both) as a popstar named Celeste, profiling her rise to fame and fortune and glory. It spans 18 years, showing us her origin story and what she has become later in life. It's essentially the anti-A Star is Born movie, and it's seriously bold in its poignant message about how cyclical and connected everything in this world is. Popstars aren't always good for modern society. The cast includes Jude Law, Jennifer Ehle, Stacy Martin, Matt Servitto, Fred Hechinger, and Allison Winn. I saw this in Venice and loved it - read my full review here. This is a near perfect trailer for this film.
Here's the official full-length trailer (+ poster) for Brady Corbet's Vox Lux, direct from Neon's YouTube:
The film follows the rise of Celeste (Natalie Portman) from the ashes of a major national tragedy to pop superstardom. The film spans 18 years and traces important cultural moments through her eyes, starting in 1999 and concluding in 2017. Vox Lux is both written and directed by American actor-filmmaker Brady Corbet, who made his feature directorial debut with the film The Childhood of a Leader in 2015; this is his second feature film so far. Featuring original songs written by SIA, and an original score by Scott Walker. This premiered at the Venice Film Festival this year (read our review), and also played at the Toronto Film Festival. Neon will release Corbet's Vox Lux in select US theaters starting December 7th this year. You in?
Very much looking forward to this one.
Efterklang on Oct 25, 2018
This trailer didn't thrill me. Idk...it didn't really compel me enough to want to seek this out. Maybe on cable/Netflix?
THE_RAW_ on Oct 25, 2018
It's hard to tell what it really is. But it might be something beyond portrayal of usual narcissism. Maybe, just maybe ...
shiboleth on Oct 26, 2018
Watching Portman and recently a few episodes of Killing Eve, can't help but wish that series was a followup to Leon.
Lewis on Oct 26, 2018
Did she make this after her 2nd baby? I hope she gives us more stellar performances.
DAVIDPD on Oct 26, 2018
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