White Noise trailer featuring Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig released by Netflix

Netflix has released the trailer for White Noise, the upcoming new movie from Oscar-nominated filmmaker Noah Baumbach, which will reunite him with his Marriage Story lead Adam Driver and his Frances Ha lead Greta Gerwig. Again, Baumbach’s area of ​​focus will be an unusual family dynamic (see also: The Squid and the Whale), one that tries to ground itself in the midst of an almost comical level of unfolding disaster. Along with Driver and Gerwis (two Oscar darlings themselves), White Noise also stars Don Cheadle (Avengers: Endgame), Jodie Turner-Smith (Queen and Slim), and Andre “3000” Benjamin.

Watch the trailer for White Noise on Netflix below:

At once hilarious and horrifying, lyrical and absurd, ordinary and apocalyptic, White Noise dramatizes the attempts of a contemporary American family to deal with the mundane conflicts of everyday life as they grapple with the universal mysteries of love, death and the possibility of happiness in an uncertain future. world. Based on the book by Don DeLillo, written for the screen and directed by Noah Baumbach, produced by Noah Baumbach (pga) and David Heyman (pga). Produced by Uri Singer.

Based on the book by Don DeLillo, a movie by Noah Baumbach, starring Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig, WHITE NOISE coming soon to select theaters and Netflix.

White noise (the novel) was released in 1985 and helped establish Don DeLillo as a novelist. The novel follows “Hitler Studies” professor Jack Gladney (Driver) and his family, including children and stepchildren from his five marriages to four women. Things change when an “Airborne Toxic Event” occurs when a chemical spill creates a noxious cloud over the city. That event eschews further twists and hijinks as the somewhat aloof Jack tries to cope with his family, his own mortality, and the souring nature of society.

The novel’s themes of death, consumer culture, religion, childhood versus adulthood, and the bubble of academia all fit Noah Baumbach’s wheelhouse perfectly, with Adam Driver’s offbeat screen persona seemingly perfectly suited to Jack Gladney’s character. White noise will certainly not be for every viewer, but for fans of Baumbach’s signature work it will fit perfectly – if not a little more comical(?) than we are used to from him.

White Noise opens in selected cinemas on November 25 and on Netflix on December 30.

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