New Red Band Trailer for 'Dom Hemingway'

Dom Hemingway red band trailer
Jude Law in Dom Hemingway
Photo: Fox Searchlight Pictures

I caught Dom Hemingway at the Toronto Film Festival and quite enjoyed it starting my review off saying it "feels like a second cousin to Nicolas Winding-Refn's Bronson... Jude Law's title character carries the same gruff, deep British accent Tom Hardy adopted [..] and the batshit nature of the two characters is damn near exactly the same." I think this new red band trailer for the film gives you a pretty good taste of what I was talking about.

Dom is a safecracker with a loose fuse who, after twelve years in prison, sets off with his partner in crime Dickie (Richard E. Grant) looking to collect what he's owed for keeping his mouth shut and protecting his boss Mr. Fontaine (Demian Bichir). After a near death experience, Dom tries to re-connect with his estranged daughter (Emilia Clarke), but is soon drawn back into the only world he knows, looking to settle the ultimate debt.

Richard Shepard (The Matador) wrote and directed it and while it has already opened across the pond, it won't hit U.S. theaters until April 4, but trust me it's a fun little flick to keep on your radar.

Check out the red band trailer below, and you can read my full review right here.

  • Hamza Zain

    That looks absolutely amazing. I think before Side Effects earlier this year, people had forgotten just how talented and fantastic an actor Jude Law is. Can't wait.

  • rvastar

    This is the one that I CANNOT WAIT to see!

  • Driver

    Yes, Rope of Silicon finally got quoted on a trailer, or at least is the first time I see it.

  • themoviewatcher

    This looks fantastic.

  • Django

    Looks amazing, i'm a huge fan of Bronson. And i didn't realize that the guy who did The Matador is making it, i love that film. So underrated.

  • Liam Fogarty

    Caught this one earlier last month, I wasn't too keen, seemed all a bit aimless despite it's few good moments, and it occasionally swings into interesting areas for the Gangster genre, but sadly never really pushes into something worthwhile or fresh. Do have to admit, that trailer is fantastically put together and almost makes me want to revisit it granted it over sells the entire thing.

    On a side note, congrats on the quote in the trailer, hopefully this might bring a little bit of new traffic here.

  • The Jackal

    Is this the lost Guy Ritchie film? LOL Can't fucking wait.