20th Century Fox has released the newest trailer for Ad Astra starring Brad Pitt as Roy McBride, an astronaut searching for his father (Tommy Lee Jones), who left for a space mission to find extra-terrestrial life on Neptune.
This once simple mission has now turned into a possible conspiracy that could affect all of humanity on planet Earth as we know it, and it will be up to Roy to unravel it and uncover the truth. Check out the trailer below.
20th Century Fox has released an official trailer for Ad Astra, an upcoming sci-fi drama.
The movie stars Brad Pitt as an astronaut on a mission to the edge of the solar system seeking answers to a mystery that involves his father and a threat to our planet. You can find the trailer along with a brief synopsis and a poster below.
Two Lovers Directed by James Gray
Starring Joaquin Phoenix, Gwyneth Paltrow, Vinessa Shaw, Isabella Rossellini
Release date: February 13th, 2009 (limited)
Two Lovers is a portrait of a sheltered soul on the verge of carrying out another attempt at suicide. The movie opens with him trying to commit suicide by jumping off the boardwalk into the ocean. He’s a man that can’t find enough motivation to uproot himself from a considerate mother and father so he can bestow himself to a world that would love nothing more than to see him happy in it. This man is capable of doing well, but has the tendency of making the wrong decisions. We see his well-being flourish when he works willingly at his parents’ dry cleaning business. We see it when he takes pictures with his camera. We see it when he expresses to others what’s truly inside himself. When two women, both of whom couldn’t be any more opposite of each other, enter his life, a new outlook is created. The man rarely wears a smile, but when he does he can illuminate an entire room.
The man’s name is Leonard. He’s played by Joaquin Phoenix in what is a complicated role consisting of shifting emotions from shy to bashful, to anger, to happiness. That Phoenix pulls this performance off believably is reason to celebrate (given his recent identity crisis this can well be his last film).