“Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close” trailer was just released. On a U2 song, we are introduced to the life of a family who lost a member in the 9/11 tragedy. Tom Hanks, Thomas Horn and Sandra Bullock walk us around the Central park and the World Trade Center Towers, offering a glimpse of the action.
“Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close” is a drama movie which tells the story of a boy who is only nine years old, but who is already an inventor, a jewelry designer and a tambourine player and is confronted with a tragedy. His father died in the 9/11 attacks. Now, he found a key he does not know anything about but the fact that it matches a mysterious lock somewhere. He goes in search of the lock in the hope that he will find out what it hides and that maybe it has something to do with his father. A significant detail is that, in fact, it was his father who gave him the key, prior to the day of his death.
The movie is adapted from the book with the same title, written by Eric Roth and Jonathan Safran Foer. In the book, the boy, Oskar Schell discovers the key in a vase in his home. The action starts two years after his father’s death in September11, 2001.
The movie cast includes a series of shining Hollywood starts (such as Tom Hanks, Sandra Bullock, James Gandolfini, Jeffrey Wright and Viola Davis) and it started filming since April 2011.Oskar is played by “Jeopardy! Kids Week” winner Thomas Horn. The movie is directed by Stephen Daldry, who was also “responsible” for “The Hours” (in 2002, featuring Nicole Kidman, Julianne Moore and Meryl Streep).
“Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close” will hit theaters on January 20, next year.
Until then, get surprised by the profound aspects of ordinary people in the trailer below.