Great Gatsby Trailer

'Great Gatsby' Trailer: Five Roaring Scenes

Tue, 22 May 2012 20:31:32 -0700 Leonardo DiCaprio revisits his matinee-idol days and Baz Luhrmann recalls his previous work in sizzling new sneak peek.

Watch: 'The Great Gatsby' trailer

Wed, 23 May 2012 07:11:05 -0700 After the closely watched casting, the first trailer for Baz Luhrmann's take on "The Great Gatsby" has arrived – and 1920s New York has never looked so good. With Jay-Z and Kanye's "No Church in the Wild" plus Jack White serving as the soundtrack, we see Tobey Maguire as Nick Carraway, Carey Mulligan as Daisy […]

'Great Gatsby' Trailer: Why Jay-Z, Kanye, Jack White Set The Tone

Wed, 23 May 2012 11:01:42 -0700 Baz Luhrmann's musical choices for the period clip are surprising — but also spot-on.

'The Great Gatsby' Trailer: You Crazy For This One, Baz Luhrmann

"The Great Gatsby" trailer has arrived with the familiar and era-appropriate tones of the Jay-Z and Kanye West collaboration, "No Church in the Wild." You crazy for this one, Baz Luhrmann!

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The first trailer for Baz Luhrmann's adaptation of "The Great Gatsby" features many of the Australian filmmaker's hallmarks, including spectacular visuals, modern music in an anachronistic setting and a lead performance by …

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4 Responses to Great Gatsby Trailer

  • says:

    Website That Has A Schedule Of Trailers Being Released Soon? Like the dates that certain trailers will be released in the future- not the movies themselves. I really want a source where I’ll know when the new Great Gatsby movie trailer will be released 🙂

    • Curator says:

      Start with Nick moving to West Egg and make it evident that his cousin is Daisy. You then would want to introduce Gatsby, get the scene where Gatsby meets Daisy at Nick’s house, include one of the parties, and show conversations with Nick and Gatsby. You need to include a scene where Daisy goes to Gatsby’s by herself and also a scene with her and Tom and their “shallow” friends. Leave it open that he dies at the end of the book – instead show the death of Tom’s mistress. You basically want to establish Nick’s credibility, his relationship to both Daisy and to Gatsby, to show that Gatsby has dreamed of Daisy all of his life and illustrate Daisy’s shallowness and that Gatsby’s dream was gone the minute he left Daisy and went off to war. Once he got everything he thought he’d need to win her back, the dream was already gone.

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