Netflix releases final trailer for White Noise

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Catch a glimpse of Noah Baumbach’s upcoming apocalyptic drama White Noise before it hits the streaming platform next month. 

With some wonderful films on his resume, it’s fair to say that Noah Baumbach has barely put a foot wrong as a filmmaker since the wonderful divorce comedy, The Squid And The Whale back in 2005 cemented him as a director who excels at finding humour in desperate situations. An airborne toxic event certainly qualifies as such and we’re looking forward to seeing the filmmaker tangle with the kind of apocalyptic struggles that should be more fun than the straight drama of 2019’s Marriage Story.

Netflix is once again financing the production, with Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig set to reunite on screen for the first time since they starred in 2012’s Frances Ha, also directed by Baumbach.

For this project, Baumbach has parted with tradition and adapted an existing story rather than writing his own original screenplay. That is set to be White Noisebased on the novel by Don Delillo. The story follows ‘a professor of Hitler studies (Driver) at a liberal arts college in Middle America who’s now on his fourth wife (Gerwig). When an airborne toxic event unleashes a lethal black chemical cloud, they must face the danger of death together.’

The film looks to be getting a very limited theatrical release here in the UK from the 2nd of December before it arrives on Netflix in full force on the 30th. You can catch our review of the film right here, whilst the trailer is below.

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