HBO has released a second trailer for the upcoming season two of the hit crime drama True Detective, which stars Colin Farrell, Rachel McAdams, Vince Vaughn, Taylor Kitsch, and Kelly Reilly. Created and written by Nic Pizzolatto, the first two episodes of season two are directed by Justin Lin (Fast and Furious 3-6, Star Trek 3), who takes over for season one director Cary Fukunaga.
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HBO has released the first trailer for season two of their acclaimed crime drama anthology series True Detective. The trailer is only a minute long, but still shows off plenty of footage to get fans of the series excited for the sophomore effort.
Season two stars Colin Farrell, Rachel McAdams, Vince Vaughn, Taylor Kitsch, and Kelly Reilly, with Justin Lin directing the first two episodes of the season. Cary Fukunaga directed all eight episodes of the highly praised first season of the show, which was created and written by Nic Pizzolatto, starring Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson.
You can check out the first trailer for the new season of True Detective below.
A few names that have been said to be up for roles in season two of True Detective have been made official by HBO.
HBO has sent out a press release confirming that Rachel McAdams, Taylor Kitsch, and Kelly Reilly have all signed on for roles in the sophomore season of the anthology series. The actors join previously cast stars Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn.
Flight Directed by Robert Zemeckis
Starring Denzel Washington, Don Cheadle, Kelly Reilly, Nadine Velazquz, John Goodman, Bruce Greenwood, Garcelle Beauvais and Justin Martin
Release Date: November 2, 2012
A mystical and unflagging perseverance allows airline pilot Captain Whip Whitaker (Denzel Washington) to crash-land a malfunctioning airline jet in an open field. It is evidenced that he is talented as a pilot. It is his calmness, though, that is most glaring and jarring. Remaining unshaken by the catastrophe he finds himself in, Whitaker is not self-deluding when he projects a demeanor that is reminiscent of a great Greek God. He constantly signals out demands that he needs from his crew, all of whom respond but with immense dread. But he remains calm, almost as if he knows he is not going to die. Each of the 102 people onboard his plane are all thrown into an uncontrolled panic as well. All of them are expecting death and six of them eventually will die. As the plane continues its descent, Whitaker becomes more resilient, more inspired and cockier, almost as if he is scoffing at imminent death.