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Ralph Fiennes takes us to acting class in the latest Hail, Caesar! trailer

01.12.2016
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We're less than a month away from the Coen's latest, and if trailers thus far haven't clued you in on what to expect with this 1950s send-up of Hollywood, the latest trailer shows off a brilliant scene featuring Ralph Fiennes doing what he does best; acting! Watch him try and show a youngin' the ropes with the preview below!

Personally, I've found most of the marketing for HAIL, CAESAR! to be just "okay" so far, but I loved this extended look at a scene. The Coens know how to pick actors with great comedic timing and after watching the above, I can't imagine anyone else but Fiennes delivering that dialogue as efficiently. Here's hoping the rest of the cast fares just as well!

HAIL, CAESAR! opens on February 5, 2016.

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6:04AM on 01/13/2016

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looks like another classic... what a cast!
looks like another classic... what a cast!
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8:53PM on 01/12/2016
Looks like another hit (hopefully) for the Coen Brothers.
Looks like another hit (hopefully) for the Coen Brothers.
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3:45PM on 01/12/2016

Classic Coen Brothers

Only the Coen Brothers could do a scene like what was shown in this trailer. My only concern with this project is its PG-13 rating. The Coen Brothers shine when they use violence and profanity in the right ways--look at Burn After Reading or A Serious Man. I hope this dark comedy doesn't have watered down humor because of the lack of explicitness.
Only the Coen Brothers could do a scene like what was shown in this trailer. My only concern with this project is its PG-13 rating. The Coen Brothers shine when they use violence and profanity in the right ways--look at Burn After Reading or A Serious Man. I hope this dark comedy doesn't have watered down humor because of the lack of explicitness.
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6:44PM on 01/12/2016
They can make funny comedies without the R-rating. Raising Arizona and O Brother, Where Art Thou? proved that, and while Intolerable Cruelty is regarded as one of their lesser comedies, it was followed by the R-rated The Ladykillers, which in my opinion was worse. I am a huge fan of the Coen Brothers, but the two films on their filmography that I rank the lowest are The Ladykillers and Burn After Reading, mainly because those films felt gratuitous and excessive, vulgar for the sake of being
They can make funny comedies without the R-rating. Raising Arizona and O Brother, Where Art Thou? proved that, and while Intolerable Cruelty is regarded as one of their lesser comedies, it was followed by the R-rated The Ladykillers, which in my opinion was worse. I am a huge fan of the Coen Brothers, but the two films on their filmography that I rank the lowest are The Ladykillers and Burn After Reading, mainly because those films felt gratuitous and excessive, vulgar for the sake of being vulgar. I am not opposed to that kind of content (I love Fargo and The Big Lebowski and A Serious Man, as well as the rest of their movies), but in those movies, it felt like it could have been dialed back. That's just my opinion. The point is, the Coens can be funny with a PG-13 rating, and sometimes an R rating does not bring out their best.
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