In the new trailer for Damien Chazelle’s Babylon, which was released on Monday, Margot Robbie stars as a 1920s Hollywood bombshell actress. Robbie’s character tells Diego Calva, who portrays the Latino character Manny Torres during Hollywood’s silent era, that “we are going to be more than they ever hoped for” at one point in the teaser.
Her sparkling antics are juxtaposed with those of Pitt’s leading man character, who, when asked what he wants most in life, responds, “to stand in the way of progress.” Both Robbie and Pitt’s characters, who try to “make it on my terms, not theirs,” and the “high art” version of Hollywood provide striking contrasts throughout the film.
The rise and fall of a diverse cast of individuals are explored in Chazelle’s Babylon, a film that has been called “The Great Gatsby on steroids” for its depiction of the Hollywood industry’s transition from silent pictures to talkies.
Frenzied big band music, an alligator on a leash, scantily clad ladies, Brad Pitt fending off crowds, and Pitt falling over a balcony in his underwear all serve to represent the early roots of Hollywood, a time of intense partying and drug-taking turmoil. With a bow, Pitt’s character declares, “And, I’m going to bed,” after emerging unscathed from a pool. The film stars Jovan Adepo, Jean Smart, Olivia Wilde, and Samara Weaving among others.
Actors like Li Jun Li, Jean Smart, Tobey Maguire, Olivia Wilde, and Max Minghella are just a few of the many who make up the enormous ensemble. A global release of Babylon has been scheduled for December 23. Paramount’s original release date was set for December 25 for a limited release with a wider rollout beginning January 6.
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Margot Robbie plays a 1920s Hollywood bombshell in the new trailer for Damien Chazelle’s Babylon, which was published on Monday. Robbie’s character says to Diego Calva, who plays Latino figure Manny Torres in silent era Hollywood, “we are going to be more than they ever hoped for.”
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