The Fabelmans | Official Trailer [HD]

Motion pictures are dreams that you never forget 🎥 #TheFabelmans directed by Steven Spielberg. Starring Michelle Williams, Paul Dano and Seth Rogen. In theatres in all places Thanksgiving.


Directed by Steven Spielberg, The Fabelmans is authored by Spielberg and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Tony Kushner (Angels in America, Caroline, or Change), who has earned Oscar® nominations for his screenplays for Spielberg’s Lincoln and Munich. The film is produced by three-time Oscar® candidate Kristie Macosko Krieger p.g.a. (West Side Story, The Post), Steven Spielberg p.g.a. and Tony Kushner p.g.a. The film is executive produced by Carla Raij (Maestro, co-producer West Side Story) and Josh McLaglen (Free Guy, Logan).

The film stars Gabriel LaBelle (The Predator, American Gigolo series) as 16-year-old ambitious film director Sammy Fabelman; four-time Academy Award® candidate Michelle Williams (Manchester by the Sea, My Week with Marilyn) as his artistic mom, Mitzi; Paul Dano (The Batman, There Will Be Blood) as his effective, technological dad, Burt; Seth Rogen (Steve Jobs, An American Pickle) as Bennie Loewy, Burt’s bestie and honorary “uncle” to the Fabelman kids, and Academy Award® candidate Judd Hirsch (Uncut Gems, Ordinary People) as Mitzi’s Uncle Boris.

The ensemble cast comprises Oscar® candidate Jeannie Berlin (The Heartbreak Kid, Inherent Vice) as Sammy’s paternal grandma, Hadassah Fabelman; Julia Butters (Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood, 13 Hours) as Sammy’s sibling Reggie; Robin Bartlett (Moonstruck, Exert pressure Me) as Sammy’s maternal granny Tina Schildkraut and Keeley Karsten (Hunters, Evil Lives Here) as Sammy’s sibling Natalie.

The music is by five-time Academy Award® victor John Williams (Schindler’s List, Jaws), the costume designer is two-time Oscar® victor Mark Bridges (The Artist, Phantom Thread) and the production designer is two-time Oscar® victor Rick Carter (Lincoln, Avatar). The Fabelmans is edited by three-time Academy Award® victor Michael Kahn ACE (Saving Private Ryan, Schindler’s List) and Sarah Broshar (West Side Story, The Post). The film’s director of photography is two-time Academy Award® victor Janusz Kaminski (Schindler’s List, Saving Private Ryan).

10 Comments:

  1. Could a movie look worse? Doubtful.

  2. Saloma on planet saturn

    Terrible trailer

  3. I’m so damn excited for this movie. I haven’t been this emotional from a trailer alone in such a long time. Beyond the gorgeous storytelling, score, and cinematography, I’m excited to see him dive into aspects of growing up Jewish. When I was a kid, I always got sad seeing all the holiday lights up on people’s houses and my parents wouldn’t let us put them up because they were Christmas lights, they were not for Hanukkah, and I never thought it was a shared experience until seeing this also in the trailer. And as an aspiring filmmaker, I’m so excited to see more about the life of one of my favorite directors. Ahhhh I just can’t wait for this movie 🙂

  4. Ohhh goood Steven,you lose up!! #💯💩+💯💩actor

  5. Steven Spilbergs‘ “Roma”

  6. O … Oscah ?? Is this you ? Damn you got here early …

    Best Supporting Actress
    Best Original Score
    (John Williams last Spielberg Score)
    Best Original Screenplay
    Best Director
    Best Film

    BOOK. IT.

    The Master … The Hollywood Legend. The destroyer of Marvel shite. Steven Spielberg returns.

    Ayoo

  7. Feels tedious

  8. Tbh this would be a very very fitting final film in Spielbergs filmography. Not that I would want that, I am sure he still has 5-8 great films left in the tank. But it would be a poetic closing chapter.

  9. Oh, this looks so great. I love Spielberg and I love films that show only pure and magical passion for cinema. Still, it always makes me kind of sad to watch this type of movie because I always wanted to be a filmmaker, but none of the friends I made in this life were ever willing to shoot anything with me, no matter how much I asked or planned, they would never show up or even consider the idea. Too shy or too uninterested to do something that wasn’t internet or video games, I don’t know. But even if they did show up to film, I also never had a camera of my own until, I don’t know, a few months ago when I got my first cell phone, so I really lost all that precious time of being a kid playing with a camera, which is something that, apparently, all the great directors did. But I’m still pursuing this dream, cause I really don’t see myself doing anything else. Only problem is that now I’m too old to just play around and I have to focus on it as a job, with everything being very technical and professional.
    Anyway, I’m sorry if I’m victimizing myself here, is just a feeling I got watching this beautiful trailer.

  10. My father-in-law was one of Stephen Spielberg’s close childhood friends growing up in Phoenix, AZ. My in-laws still live down the street from Spielberg’s childhood home, which they moved out of a long time ago after the divorce. I’m so excited for this film to come out finally. The trailer gave me chills. I can’t wait to see it!😊

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