“The Neon Demon” Trailer

The Neon Demon” is this year’s contender at the Festival de Cannes; Directed by Nicolas Winding Refn (“Drive” (2011)), the movie also stars Elle Fanning and Keanu Reeves.

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4 Responses to “The Neon Demon” Trailer

  1. godtisx says:

    Even though him as a director doesn’t move me, we’ll see. This trailer looks incredible..

    • dbmoviesblog says:

      I really enjoyed “Drive”, but then Refn was not the writer there, just the director – which is worrying as here he is both. This movie could only be horribly good or horribly bad. What is interesting for me here is Keanu Reeves – never thought he would break from his usual sequels and be cast in something like this, especially at this time. Thanks for the comment.

      • godtisx says:

        I absolutely LOVE Keanu Reeves. Now I am really going to watch. But I know what you mean, this is going to either be really good or horrific. Lol.

        Hope it deserves Keanu and is really good!

        You got it. 🙂

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