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Margot Robbie at a Carnival-style festival, dressed in red and elegant yet skimpy.
If it’s the first image of Damien Chazelle’s new venture Babylon His promising “larger-than-life” epic will captivate and captivate fans all over again.
achieve great success la la land With First Man, Chazelle told Vanity Fair in a recent interview accompanying the film’s premiere that he wanted to boldly explore “a big, epic, multi-character movie,” and from the looks of it, he succeeded.
“I kept putting it off because it was a little too big,” said Chazelle.
Involving the megastar Pitt and Robbie certainly fits the bill, too. The film is set in the golden age of Hollywood in the 1920s. The time and place Chazelle felt showed the fascinating and precarious lifestyles of both cities and people in America’s ever-changing landscape.
“Everything is changing under people’s feet,” he said vanity fair“And at a time when everything was new and wild and there was no roadmap, I was really fascinated by the human cost of disruption on that scale.”
Remember, Robbie and Pitt already teamed up once. Once Upon A Time…In Hollywood, which featured a stunning (and award-winning) performance. Although set in a different era, the duo certainly manage to recapture the magic that flourishes and lives in Hollywood amidst the chaos and turmoil, with elegance and unparalleled flair.
Of Pitt’s character, Jack Conrad, Chazelle said:
Meanwhile, according to Chazelle, Robbie, who plays Nellie Laroy, has her presence that elevates the role and the film in stride.
“Margot as a person has this – it’s a very Australian thing – she has that bold, hungry kind of edge that she could really tap into and do a lot of really fun things with.” He said.
We’ve already seen the intensity Chazelle can bring to the screen in his first big movie whipping, this is a buzzing, humming, immersive and extraordinary event from start to finish.Following that, we saw him transform Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone la la land Quietly but furiously before teaming up with Gosling again first manIndeed, perhaps we can overlook 10 Cloverfield Lanebut since he wrote the film but hadn’t directed it yet, I’d say the story was absolutely captivating.
There are two shots of both the pit and lobby. The first one with Pitt above is deliberately smiling with Diego Calva, playing Manny Torres. The second shows him in Hollywood-style sunglasses and a turtleneck sweater, deftly holding a cigarette in his raised hand at eye level.
Both images of Robbie appear to be from the same scene as she is wearing the same red outfit. In her second photo, she is lying down with her eyes closed and a cigarette hanging from her lips.
“I wanted to capture how big and bold and sassy and disrespectful that world is,” said Chazelle.
We also get a glimpse of Lucas Haas as George Mann alongside an ecstatic Calva in another scene.
There are some festival-going shots, one of Calva and Jean Smart playing Elinor St. John, another of Jovan Adepo playing trombone as Sidney Palmer, and Li Jun Li as Lady Fay. ‘s photo. Zhu, you did your best in the end.
One of the images you can take a moment to look at is Tobey Maguire, who plays Charlie Chaplin Full of dark red circles around her eyes and a paler face than usual, she’s wearing a vest and dress shirt on an elegant, over-the-top sofa that looks like she’s outdoors.
Chazelle added that while the overall project is huge in scale and scope, it is well worth it.
“With no doubt it was the most difficult thing I have ever done. But it was very exciting to try,” he concluded.
Babylon is set to hit theaters on December 25th of this year.
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