I swear, the Coen Brothers are just teasing us now.
Days after the announcement that their next film, the 1960s musical drama “Inside Llewyn Davis,” will not be released in the U.S. until December, a new trailer appeared, somewhat surprisingly, for the Coens’ upcoming film. It’s scheduled to play at the Cannes Film Festival next week, and the new trailer is ahead of that.
The trailer has Bob Dylan music and a whole bunch of Dylan-like iconography, contemplative scenes set in Greenwich Village and on the New York City subway. There’s also skepticism from both John Goodman and Carey Mulligan, a couple of wordless appearances by Justin Timberlake, and an explanation of the title. The film also has not one but two Girls cast-members in Adam Driver and Alex Karpovsky. Here it is:
Unless you’ve got a trip to the South of France coming up, you won’t be seeing “Inside Llewyn Davis” until December.