Picture Supply: A24
The fact-bending trailer for Ari Aster’s new movie “Beau Is Afraid” is right here. The author-director rose to fame for 2018’s “Hereditary” and 2019’s “Midsommar,” which each grew to become breakout hits for A24. His latest movie stars Joaquin Phoenix as an anxious man with a troublesome relationship along with his mother. Within the trailer, launched Jan. 10, he goes on a really trippy journey as he tries to make sense of his life. The movie’s poster and trailer function 4 completely different variations of Phoenix’s character all through his life, together with a disorienting have a look at him as a younger boy. Watch the trailer beneath!
A24 describes the movie merely as: “A paranoid man embarks on an epic odyssey to get dwelling to his mom on this daring and ingeniously wicked new movie from author/director Ari Aster.” The trailer exhibits this “epic odyssey” contains kidnapping, a automobile accident, and a journey by way of a forest that looks as if it was constructed for youngsters’s tv. Again in 2020, Aster instructed the Day by day Nexus the film is a “nightmare comedy,” nevertheless it’s not clear but if it’s going to be fairly as scary as his earlier movies. The film was initially referred to as “Disappointment Blvd.” earlier than the title modified in December 2022, which may be a clue to the problems the movie is grappling with. Regardless of the film seems to be, we won’t wait to dive into the surreal world Aster has created.
Forward, here is all the pieces we learn about “Beau Is Afraid,” together with the forged and launch date.
“Beau Is Afraid” Trailer
“Beau Is Afraid” Solid
Phoenix stars because the titular Beau. Zoe Lister-Jones performs the youthful model of his mother. “Solely Murders within the Constructing” stars Nathan Lane and Amy Ryan reunite for the movie, joined by Patti LuPone, Parker Posey, Michael Gandolfini, Richard Variety, Stephen McKinley Henderson, Denis Ménochet, and Hayley Squires.
“Beau Is Afraid” Launch Date
“Beau Is Afraid” will probably be launched in theaters on April 21.