Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand are in Joel Coen’s new movie, “The Tragedy of Macbeth.” Joel Coen is a great American filmmaker. He made the movie with his brother Ethan. The pair received the Best Director Oscar for “No Country for Old Men.” While cinephiles wait to see if “Macbeth” is a one-off for the brothers, this first trailer suggests that Joel can handle things on his own.
Joel teams up with two Oscar winners for the first time on screen, including co-stars Emma Stone and Joel Edgerton, in “The Tragedy of Macbeth.” McDormand was just named Best Actress at the Oscars earlier this year for “Nomadland,” along with Best Picture. One way to look at her performance is that she accepted the blueprint of her character, allowing us to understand why she would do what she did. She may very well earn another acting nod for sinking her teeth into Lady Macbeth. Washington stars in the title role, with Corey Hawkins playing Macduff. The supporting cast includes Moses Ingram, Brendan.
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“I think a really crucial aspect of Joel’s adaptation is that we are not referring to it as ‘Macbeth,'” she added during an Instagram Live session last year. “We’re calling it ‘The Tragedy of Macbeth,’ which I believe is a meaningful distinction.” “I think the focus of this adaptation is different. In my version, the Macbeths are older. Denzel and I are both older than the typical Macbeth casting. We’re postmenopausal; we’re beyond childbearing age. As a result, their desire for sovereignty puts a premium on it. I believe the most.
“It’s also important, if you think about it, that while she never had a kid,” said O’Donnell. “Many pregnancies and perhaps children have died at birth or at an early age,” she continued. “I believe her personal tragedy fuels her goal to give her husband the crown since she
On December 25, 2019, A24 will release “The Tragedy of Macbeth” in theaters. Beginning January 14, 2022, the drama will be available to stream on Apple TV+. The film will premiere at the New York Film Festival on September 24. Take a look at the movie’s official trailer below.