'Trance' Red Band Trailer Is Trained To Rock Your F*cking Socks Off

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Trance Red Band Trailer Is Trained To Rock Your F*cking Socks Off

By Jodi Clager | Trailers | February 14, 2013 | Comments ()


If you've ever wondered what a person with half of a head would look like while talking, have I got some good news for you! Danny Boyle's newest movie Trance already had a hell of an interesting plot, with James McAvoy as a man who can't remember where he stashed a stolen painting (or can he?), Vincent Cassel as the mobster who wants the painting, and Rosario Dawson as the therapist hired to make McAvoy remember. Boyle has employed some excellent visuals to keep the audience as confused as the characters, I would think. Flashes of Rosario Dawson nude are enough to cause anyone to forget what the hell they were doing.

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  • QballK

    What is this?

    Boyle doing Cronenberg?

  • MrFrye

    I think that was one-third of a head talking, not half a head. Not to be pedantic or anything.

  • mats19

    this is going to be balls out insane and great... so excited

  • BWeaves

    Well, I was going to be in my bunk, but then I saw the talking half a head, and threw up.

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  • toblerone

    Close your eyes... Never for you Rosario.

    Rosario Dawson looks like she could McAvoy ass so I'm not sure how believable couple they make.

  • Andy Brent

    That empty space between 'could' and 'McAvoy' is making me so happy right now! I may have a few suggestions...

  • McAvoy is giving me that 'look' again.

  • VonnegutSlut

    That header photo? THAT'S how you eye-fuck a camera, my friends.

    I'll be in my bunk...

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