After the peaceful First Man, the little Franco-American prodigy returns with a fifth “turbulent and noisy” feature film which promises to be disproportionate, both in substance and form. With Babylon, he will chronicle the Hollywood of the 1920s, the construction of this city of cinema and the industry that it will give birth to in a version of a Los Angeles much more chaotic than that which he filmed in La La Land. Paramount finally lifts the veil on Babylon, which is revealed in its first trailer. For what is already shaping up to be his most ambitious film, the Oscar-winning director has offered the services of a five-star cast, including Margot Robbie as a totally exuberant up-and-coming star and Brad Pitt as a veteran actor, as well as Diego Calva, Jovan Adepo, Tobey Maguire, Max Minghella and Spike Jonze for 3:08 a.m. of boundless decadence and depravity. in theaters next January.
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