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Ezra Miller as young Salvador Dali in 'Daliland' trailer

Ezra Miller and Ben Kingsley both star as famous artists in first trailer for upcoming biopic Salvador Dali Dalíland



Mary Harron’s film Live (American Psycho) opens Thursday ahead of the film’s theatrical and on-demand release on June 9. Magnolia Pictures acquired the film after it premiered at the Toronto Film Festival in September.


centers on a gallery assistant, played by newcomer Christopher Briney, who is tasked with helping Dalí (Kingsley) is set to put on a huge show in 1235199598 as the artist with his Tensions with wife Gala (Barbara Sukowa). Miller portrays a younger version of the surrealist painter in flashback scenes.

“Death – it scares me, it’s the basis of my inspiration,” Kingsley said in an emotional moment on camera.

Rupert Graves, Andreja Pejić and Suki Waterhouse also appear in John C. Walsh wrote the screenplay in the film. The producers are Daniel Brunt, Chris Curling, Edward R. Pressman, Sam Pressman and David O. Sacks. .’ The highly anticipated superhero movie The Flash, set for June release . Due to Miller’s personal issues, the long-delayed title has been the focus of speculation, including a barrage of headlines surrounding the arrest and controversy . Miller issued a statement in August saying they had been seeking treatment for “complex mental health issues.”

During an interview with Hollywood Reporter Published in September, Harron says Miller in Dalíland “in a fully realized The performance arrives on the scene”. The director explained that Miller was initially cast as a gallery assistant but had to switch due to scheduling conflicts with their roles in Fantastic Beasts: Dumbledore’s Mystery. for smaller roles.

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Review of The Hollywood Reporter , film critic John John DeFore wrote, “A lot of the talk about the premiere will involve scandal-ridden co-star Ezra Miller, who briefly played the artist in his youth; but the casting proved It is quite appropriate that, aside from that tabloid saga, the film deserves to be rated—if its storytelling is intimately familiar, the film is enjoyable and illuminating.” 1235355326



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