David O. Russell’s latest film has finally come to the fore, revealing the title “Amsterdam” and a release date of November 4 at CinemaCon.
Led by John David Washington, Margot Robbie and Christian Bale, the episode was described as an “original romantic crime epic,” according to Disney executive Tony Chambers, who presented the film at the American Conservatory Film Festival. on Wednesday.
Released by 20th Century Studios, little is known about the work by the director of “Silver Linings Playbook” and “The Fighter” other than its large cast – which includes Taylor Swift, Chris Rock, Zoe Saldana, Michael Shannon and Robert De. Niro.
“Amsterdam” occupies a quirky and mysterious world in the 1930s, where the top trio of Bale, Robbie and Washington “are at the center of one of the most secretive plots in American history.”
Waving scars on his face and wild hair, Bale’s character looks much softer than the rough figures Russell usually loves to make him play. A dark Robbie and the Washington costume beautifully complete the trinity, as they face escalating danger (and plenty of drink and dumping).
Swift appears as a mourning daughter, bursting into tears in front of her father’s body as Rock looks on.
“You have a dead white man in a box. “It’s not even a coffin, it doesn’t have a lid,” Rock says as Swift cries. “Do you know who will get in trouble? “Black men.”
Additional cast includes Timothy Olyphant, Alessandro Nivola, Matthias Schoenaerts, Andrea Riseborough and Mike Myers.
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