In recent days, the horror romantic drama Bones and All of the filmmaker Luca Guadagninopresented its first official trailer to the public, where we could see the protagonists Timothée Chalamet (Dune) y Taylor Russell (Escape Room).
Now, MGM reveals an extended version of said trailerwhich allows us to take a better look at the one described by its marketing as a “unique and cannibalistic love story”.
The extended trailer is found at the end of the note.
MGM Studios de Amazon –studio that acquired global distribution rights– set November 23, 2022 as the premiere of the film that reunites Chalamet with Guadagnino, after the actor placed himself under the orders of the director in the romantic drama Call Me By Your Name.
The story focuses on the characters of Chalamet and Russell, who play Lee and Maren:
“Two strangers embarking on a 1,000-mile odyssey across Ronald Reagan’s America. When they find they can’t escape their terrifying pasts, the pair make a final decision to determine if their love can survive their otherness.”
Another description adds:
“Maren Yearly is a young woman who wants the same thing as everyone. She wants to be someone that people admire and respect. She wants to be loved. But her secret and shameful needs have forced her into exile. She hates herself for the bad things she does to her, for what she has done to her family and her sense of identity; by how she dictates her place in the world and how people see her, how they judge her. She didn’t choose to be like this.”
The screenplay for the feature film was written by David Kajganichwho wrote the script for Sighs of Guadagnino. The novel on which the film is based was written by Camille DeAngelis.
The cast is completed Mark Rylance (Don’t Look Up, The Trial of the Chicago 7), Andre Holland (Moonlight, 42), Jessica Harper (Minority Report, Suspiria), David Gordon Green (The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent), Francesca Scorsese (We Are Who We Are, Hugo), Chloë Sevigny (The Girl from Plainville, We Are Who We Are), y Michael Stuhlbargwho also placed himself under the orders of Guadagnino in Call Me By Your Name (2017), playing the father of Chalamet’s character.
- Harper, Scorsese, and Sevigny also return to Guadagnino’s orders, having previously been part of one or more of the filmmaker’s projects.
Official Extended Trailer: