Leonardo Di Caprio and Tom Hardy clash in surreal new trailer for ‘The Revenant’

30 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Leonardo DiCaprio gets mauled by a bear in grizzly new trailer for The Revenant.

The Revenant released its first full-length trailer Tuesday – and it shows that neither a bear attack nor being left for dead in a shallow grave are enough to slow down DiCaprio’s titular character.Unlike the previous dialogue-free teaser, the new, jaw-dropping trailer reveals more of the backstory behind DiCaprio’s character, explorer Hugh Glass, and his conflict with Hardy’s character, his confidant-turned-enemy John Fitzgerald.Obviously he does survive, or it wouldn’t be much of a film, but it’s that bear attack which sets the rest of the story in motion after his comrades, including confidant John Fitzgerald (Tom Hardy), leave him for dead.

While there was hardly any dialogue spoken in the teaser trailer – with the exception of DiCaprio’s eerie “I ain’t afraid to die anymore, I’ve done it already” – the extended clip gives us a closer look at the conflicted relationship between DiCaprio and Hardy’s characters. Year after year he grits it out with extremely high caliber performances, and every year he comes in just short of getting the Oscar he so very much deserves. The latest film from the Oscar-winning writer and director of Birdman, Alejandro González Iñárritu, was inspired by true events and certainly looks like it potentially could see him getting another nod this award season, not just for him, but also his lead.

The Revenant, which is based on true events, finds DiCaprio taking on the role of Hugh Glass, the explorer who made a nearly 200-mile trek to civilization for vengeance after his fellow travelers left the frontiersman for dead and killed his only son.

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