The Green Knight | Official Teaser Trailer HD | A24

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From director David Lowery and starring Dev Patel, Alicia Vikander, and Joel Edgerton. The Green Knight - Summer 2020.
RELEASE DATE: Summer 2020
DIRECTOR: David Lowery
CAST: Dev Patel, Alicia Vikander and Joel Edgerton
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  • fucking amazing!

  • In terms of story/monsters I get this Dark Souls vibe lol

  • Glad Lysa Arryn made it out alright.

  • Awesome, medieval hereditary

  • Super stoked. :)

  • I’ve never seen a trailer this awesome; honor and courage is alive and well even today💪🏻😎

  • More cultural appropriation. This is reaching sickening proportions. Imagine a white vishnu. Imagine the backlash. The mewling. Yet we are expected to suck this up over and over again.

  • That first shot felt like it took direct inspiration from Kendricks “HUMBLE” music video

  • @0:15 IT Chapter two trailer music

  • IM SO DAMN INVESTED ALREADY

  • This teaser is marvelous!!! Wow!!!😱😍

  • Why is it acceptable for a Scottish Knight to be played by an Indian guy, when massive protest would ensue if an Indian figure was played by a white actor? Imagine the outrage if a movie about Gandhi was made staring Ethan Hawke as Gandhi.

    • To be fair gandhi is a historical character, gawain and other are not

  • Looks good

  • I said you could have my head... but do not touch the neck.. the neck is still mine

  • I fell in love with this tale back in high school and always dreamt it to be made into a movie, much like The Canterbury Tales. A24 has made it come true, thank you.

  • The howling wind/foghorn sound in the beginning is, I am pretty sure, the same sound used in many of David Lynch’s movies.

  • That's my type.

  • At 00:19 it Looks as if he almost has horns, by the way the circle behind him and the top of the K produce a horn illusion

  • The winning formula is "make everything as dark as "Game of Thrones"....

  • The witch vibes!

  • Read this tale and school, now this shits got a movie. Classic.

  • I am in love with A24 now.

  • Oh that vibe of Dark Souls...chilling

  • Is it weird im getting a dark souls vibe from this movie?

    • @Franz T seen it but this is yorhm the giant vibes lol

    • Look up king arthur legend of the sword and you'll have your arthurian dark souls feelings

  • Looks like a great film. I just wish they would stop casting ethnically foreign people to play key figures in our history & folklore.

    • You'll be fine

  • A24 is at it again. Super excited for this!!

  • DARK SOULS THE MOVIE I’m not saying this because “it’s medieval and dark so it must be like Dark Souls” but as a Dark Souls expert this teaser does have some dark and gritty vibe to it. Even though it won’t have demons/fantastical creatures in the movie but it does have some Dark Souls vibe.

  • David Lowery, reliable.

  • Alicia acted in Ex Machina and now she's also in this movie? BTW the soundtrack for the trailer is GREAT! Go check out Secession Studio he's the one who crafted the music!

  • Sir Gawain, a white European character played by a non white...Typical pc revisionist bullshit.

    • Fictional character or not, he is white European fictional character! Amazing how "cultural appropriation" only works one way!

    • They are revising what exactly? A fictional character?

    • Not sure yet prick, got any ideas? :))

    • Oh no what ever will you do :(

  • How did I not hear this was being made?!?!? I've been dying for some true Arthurian shit and Gawain and the Green knight can potentially be done great justice told in modern film.

  • I wonder what the budget is for this film. Could it be A24 most expensive film to date?

  • Fist Sonic, now Dark Souls....

  • It scares me. 🙄 Even though I read the story 25 years ago.

  • Will this have a 4k release?

  • A24 keeping cinema alive

  • Chills my BLOOD

  • A24 making heads roll before it was cool

  • I know I've heard that creepy sound at 0:14 in some other A24 film. The sound as soon as his head is on fire.

  • yeah, this looks cool enough, but why the hell did they hire an indian guy for the protagonist? nothing against the actor at all, but why is hiring a white guy who's appropriate for the time and context of the movie bad? funny how the SJWs railed against white-washing, and given the chance what do they do? yep, turns out they're complete hypocrites. gotta get those woke points, i suppose. good trailer, though.

    • @ryan barker First of all, I don't remember Gawain being mentioned in history class because he never existed and second if an alien that shoots lasers out of its ass actually be a valuable part of the movie then I see no problem. Not sure where's the contrarian part, I am very consistent with my beliefs about freedom of expression and ability of an artist to reinterpret older art however they see fit. Have you ever considered that it's not only about some imaginary blue hair people complaining but because there are non-white actors who also want to get a job and excluding them from fantasy because brown people make you feel uncomfortable is not exactly the best idea. Maybe they just want to hire someone who's competent at what they do? Surprisingly enough there's a Moor in Arthurian legends, couple of Saracens too set in 5th century Britain. Those god damn medieval social justice warriors must ruin everything!

    • @La Avaler so, you'd be okay with the protagonist being an eight-tentacled alien that shoots lasers out its ass, because you don't remember that being mentioned in history class? if you want to be contrarian and/or white knighting, that's fine, but as a movie-goer suspension of disbelief is actually a thing. the problem is the reverse of white-washing a character for woke points. you wouldn't hire a white guy as your protagonist for an arabian nights movie, nor should you, because it doesn't belong. again, nothing against this actor at all, but why is an indian dude playing an english role? the answer is because you can't have an all white cast for a movie anymore without the blue hairs REEEEEEing about it, despite it being a movie they have no intention of seeing anyway. it's why we can't have nice things anymore. sure, it's an action fantasy, but it's not based in the land of narnia, the arthur legend does have a loose sense of history grounded in reality in the sense it's england during a certain broad period. were it a robin hood tale you'd expect to have a moor. with this casting choice, will they explain it? if so, there's the problem -- when you make inorganic 'creative' decisions based on what marketing says you should do, then you've given up part of your real creative freedom and lock yourself into scenes and dialogue explaining why this unnecessary narrative inconsistency exists. it's akin to having to explain why your cell phone doesn't work in a horror movie. as a storyteller, it'd be more interesting to have the protag be a female as long as she's not a mary sue as opposed to just making the character some different nationality. so, if not for woke points, why did they choose this actor? given that it's presumably earth during a certain time period in england, aesthetic and dramatic embellishments accepted, what are your thoughts on the reasoning here? if it's just a case of 'we choose an actor because of his ability and nothing more,' why aren't there chinese there, too? or is it really just a case of needing *some* diversity as not to be reprimanded by a vocal minority?

    • @ryan barker Don't remember many large green people in middle ages or Arthurian legends being real and I graduated history.

    • @La Avaler given the context clues of the film barring certain anachronisms, it's safe to peg the timeframe in the middle ages.

    • Appropriate for what time? Can you give me a year during which Gawain has beheaded the Green Knight?

  • an Indian man plays an ancient British character , no thanks

  • The Dark Knight wasn’t enough. Make movies on ALL the colors!

  • Wow the editing and sound design!!

  • Looks unique :)

  • What in the Hereditary Midsommar is going on here?

    • Haha great comment!

  • Whoa...What is this?! Midsommar meets with Game of Thrones and mix with Arthurian Legend? I'm hooked!

  • Really A24? Even you guys are changing the races of characters?

  • why there is a black person portraying a knight? you know a little of history right? sometimes i see american things that dont fix

    • This story and the characters aren't historic so who care ? We have white english actors playing persian princes or egyptian gods, i'd say who care if a indian actor play a english knight ?

    • Nevermind that Dev Patel isn't black, there was a black knight within Arthurian Legend. Sir Morien, featured the saga of Morien written in the 13th-century. Described as "He was all black, even as I tell ye: his head, his body, and his hands were all black, saving only his teeth. His shield and his armour were even those of a Moor, and black as a raven."

  • the white walker.. slummdog millionaire doesn't fear you

  • The sound at the beginning of the trailer is from the opening of Twin Peaks: The Return.

  • A24 film? Enough said...Im in!!!

  • This movie looks insanely intriguing. If nothing else, A24 produces films always try something different.

  • The fox hunt. I need the fox hunt in this movie...

  • Sir Gawain should be white.

    • @Hernan Cortes One doc you saw? Cool, but one doc is usually pretty poor especially when you can't name it. Still Arthurian Legends mostly represent the contemporary culture of the time in which they were created. So if people in high middle ages can do whatever they want with Britons, add concepts that are quite modern to them but didn't exist in 5th century Britain and also introduce purely fantastical elements, why can't we do the same? I'd like to remind you that Arthurian legends already featured non-white characters centuries ago.

    • @Lydiard91 Well, another semester at my college ended. Not having to go through all the conflicts between Holy Roman emperor and the pope left me with a lot of free time. Still it takes 2 minutes tops and I actually do have better things to do.

    • @La Avaler The roots of the arthurian legends may even go so far back into old celtic territory according to one doc I saw, but you get my point. They were white, all of them.

    • @La Avaler I'm so glad you having nothing better to do with your life

    • @Lydiard91 Hey, you're free to cry about brown people ruining your entertainment, but I'm also free to laugh at you. Also those comments take like 2 minutes to write at most.

  • It doesn't say where it will be premiering. Is this in theaters or NETFLIX or Amazon or HBO...anyone?

  • A24 always making occult type films, Not mad about it - bud this lowkey my goto film company for some otherworldly shit

  • The Tale of the Green Knight is one of my absolute favorites! I can’t wait to see A24’s artistic portrayal of the story

  • If only they had a piano note with extra reverb : /

  • ok but like... the green knight could get it

  • Brownwashing European tales again.