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Scarlett Johansson Goes “Under the Skin” in New Trailer

Jason McDonald 3 Comments Movie Page: Under the Skin

Ever watch a trailer that shows you almost everything the movie has to offer? It’s terrible, right? Because even if you’re interested in the movie, you feel like you know way too much about it.  It ruins all suspense and mystery of going to see a film.  But then there’s the other side of the spectrum. . .

The new trailer for the Jonathan Glazer sci-fi thriller “Under the Skin” debuted today and I’m not entirely sure what to make of it.  It’s as if someone just got done watching a marathon of Stanley Kubrick films, dropped some acid, and proceeded to cut a trailer.  I can’t decide if that makes this a good trailer or not, but it does make me intrigued.  So, mission accomplished?  Check it out below.

The film stars Scarlett Johansson, as an alien in human form, who is travelling through Scotland and seducing men for nefarious reasons.  The film is due out sometime in 2014.

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      1. Jeff Carson September 4, 2013 at 1:48 pm

        Yea looks kind of “David Lynchy”…..

        • Herner Klenthur
          Herner Klenthur September 4, 2013 at 2:42 pm

          My one word reaction to this trailer was WTF

      2. Tiago September 4, 2013 at 4:09 pm

        Glazer’s previous film, The Birth, was very weird. Very unique view the guy has in some beautiful shots and a very weird narrative. It reminded me of Lars Von Tier’s movies…
        Under the Skin polarized audiences in the Venice festival, just like Tier’s movies always does.
        The difference between them is that Tier’s is more focused on the subtext, and symbols. (like Lynch) . Glazer is all about sensation and art direction style inspired in Kubrick’s work. I am looking forward to this one.