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Trailer: Frank

I thought this would be released last year, but I guess it was moved. It's something new from Michael Fassbender (a comedy!), so definitely looking forward for this one. If Karl Urban had to act with only showing half his face during the entire run of Dredd, imagine having to act with your face covered the entire time. The trailer looks fun, although it's not the typical comedy flick. He's supported by Domhnall Gleeson and Maggie Gyllenhaal, two actors who look like they could pull off this film. 


  1. Gyllenhaal looks HILARIOUS here. This is the Maggie I love...deadpan and fucking brilliant!

    1. She's a great actress, but I still have a long way to go in terms of covering her filmography. I love her in the ones I've seen, though.

  2. One of my most anticipated! Looks so so good. Trailer makes it look pretty funny, where I heard that its actually quite a dark film.

    1. I can't wait for this as well. I want to see how Fassbender handles the character, and he has a great cast along with him. I just hope it doesn't disappoint.


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