A Wrinkle in Time Official US Trailer

A Wrinkle in Time Official US Trailer

On March 9th, be a warrior. Watch the brand-new trailer for Disney’s A Wrinkle in Time.

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From visionary director Ava DuVernay comes Disney’s “A Wrinkle in Time,” an epic adventure based on Madeleine L’Engle’s timeless classic which takes audiences across dimensions of time and space, examining the nature of darkness versus light and, ultimately, the triumph of love. Through one girl’s transformative journey led by three celestial guides, we discover that strength comes from embracing one’s individuality and that the best way to triumph over fear is to travel by one’s own light.

Directed by Emmy(R) winner and Oscar(R) and Golden Globe(R) nominee Ava DuVernay from a screenplay by Oscar winner Jennifer Lee based upon the beloved novel by Madeleine L’Engle, “A Wrinkle in Time” stars: two-time Academy Award(R) nominee Oprah Winfrey, Oscar and Emmy winner Reese Witherspoon, Emmy nominee Mindy Kaling, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Michael Peňa and introducing Storm Reid, with two-time Emmy winner Zach Galifianakis and Emmy nominee Chris Pine.

Produced by Jim Whitaker and Catherine Hand with Doug Merrifield serving as executive producer, the film also boasts an impressive creative team featuring some of the most talented artisans working today, including: Tobias Schliessler, ASC as director of photography, Naomi Shohan as production designer, Oscar(R)-nominee Spencer Averick as film editor, two-time Academy Award(R)-nominee Paco Delgado as costume designer and four time Emmy(R) nominee Ramin Djawadi as composer.

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69 Responses

  1. AND WE DANCE. VLOGS says:

    OMG!! This looks so tripy!!

  2. Ashton Mory-Pagel says:

    I’m sorry but it looks like your trying to cash in on doctor who

    • Ashton Mory-Pagel says:

      For those who say it came before who I understand
      That. What I ment was Disney wants the rights to doctor who. I can tell by geting the actors or airing some of the episodes.

    • Samantha S says:

      No it’s not. It’s a remake of the classic film but b/c it uses some Trippy stuff it will be very good remade

    • T.E.C._1 says:

      This is nothing like Dr. Who and all I see is exactly what the book was like.

    • Abby Sitton says:

      Ashton Mory-Pagel it’s supposedly based off of one of my favorite books but after watching this trailer I’m beginning to doubt whether anyone involved actually read the book…

  3. Jack Wilson says:

    Oprah looks like Ru Paul

  4. Burke Productions says:

    Movie looks good visually. Casting eh. Oprah isn’t really a good actress don’t like how all of the women look’s like there men in drag. The child actors will probably be great there going to have a career one day. Score will probably be good. Big budget. Based off of a good book. But sadly will probably make only 3/5 or 2.5/5 Of it’s budget. And reviews will probably be 3/5 stars. Maybe I’m wrong maybe I’m right who knows just have to wait and see.

  5. charley15z says:

    1:41 They’re flying on lettuce.

  6. Rogelio F. García Hidalgo says:

    that looks like Dr. Who mixed in with the ouija

  7. Brejan says:

    This… actually looks much worse and more generic now than in that first trailer.

  8. Kevin Garcia says:

    Holy crap, this looks a LOT worse than I remember. It looks so…generic. Like a bad Doctor Who ripoff.

    Such a shame.

  9. Semyon Galtsev says:

    The idea is cool, but everything else seems painfully cheap, silly, hacky, and derivative.

    • The Legendary Movie Critic says:

      Painfully cheap yet the effects look gorgeous!

    • Semyon Galtsev says:

      You know what I meant. 😛

    • anitamarie says:

      Semyon Galtsev this one looks about a million times better than the first one, have you seen the original? It sucks bad.

    • Zach Wilson says:

      This is one of those movies that’s based on a book that’s been strip mined for ideas over the decades – like John Carter. It’s been around forever and influenced generations of creators. There’s a good argument to be made that it was the first “YA” novel.

  10. *nickie* says:

    They are totally missing th point. It isn’t some visually stunning piece of art, it should be a scientifically relevant piece on how science moves the mind and would To the unthinkable. It is not a be the warrior type film, I just don’t like how they’re marketing it.

    • The Legendary Movie Critic says:

      The unicorn takes the form of who the riders want it to be so it’s a nature goddess which is fine because it’s pretty and works since they added plants to this movie. Meg is pretty smart teaching that tesseract which the witches will teach her and the effects fit with the visual sense of each world in the book. It has changes from the book but as long as it has the same story then it will work and be better than the first movie.

    • The Legendary Movie Critic says:

      Chris Pine is going to nail Charles Wallace and yes he is important as he figures out the tesseract and how to travel through dimensions as shown in the teaser. Meg is the main character in the book but they are not leaving Charles out and that Meg will do anything to save him that’s why she trusts the witches and fighting the darkness to save the only person she can rely on and that’s Charles Wallace.

    • Erin Blackman says:

      Charles Wallace is the little brother, honey. That said, all these people complaining about “making Meg the main character” are missing the fact that she was ALWAYS the main character. CW is important, but Meg’s the protagonist.

    • SoYoureALiar2 says:

      Where are all the plant people coming from? And didn’t they fly on a pegasus in the book?

  11. its the babe Xoxo.kimmy says:

    i read the book but holy i never expected a movie, I’m telling you that the book is way more complicated then the movie im really excited to see this cause the book was very hard to read cant wait to see how this will turn out.

    • Scanda Panda says:

      Once you read it over a second time it’s easier to get through and understand. But I really hope the movie tries to stick to the book more than the same old Disney “Be generally inspiring and have cool affects” sort of thing

    • The Legendary Movie Critic says:

      No the message in the book is to be yourself and use your individually and light to defeat the darkness im just hoping they get the main villain and the worlds right.

    • its the babe Xoxo.kimmy says:

      thankkkkks

    • CEO by Design says:

      its the babe Xoxo.kimmy there already is a movie. This is a remake.

  12. Sydney Brouk says:

    Who’s here when it only has 5k views?

  13. Ben1234 Captain underpants says:

    I seriously hope this is a good movie

  14. Divo Galindra says:

    Just take my money!
    This movie looks sick, can’t wait any longer

  15. Kathryn Blodgett says:

    Why cant they just make the story as written. It would be different if they took a blah book and punched it up, but this is a classic. A book that has inspired 2 generations to explore the universe around them, and to read and look between the lines. The “3” were described in great detail. Why do they need to change them? Because Oprah wants big costumes? I’m 56, and I’m to old to have my childhood ruined with a bad movie of a good book.

  16. Roman Natale says:

    I’m confused.

  17. Macario Patrick says:

    It’s not going to do well in theaters.

  18. Sakrysta says:

    Madeleine L’Engle is one of my all-time favorite authors. This production design and aesthetic is so far away from her writing that it makes me sad. There needs to be so much more restraint. There are only 2 or 3 really spectacular moments in the story. The rest should be tense but not overblown. All this day-glo sugar rush production crap is completely wrong for anything Madeleine L’Engle authored. Her work is about ideas, not spectacle for its own sake.

    I also have to say that the controversial casting bothers me – not because I have any objection to a “mixed-race” lead. (I hate that term – we are all the same human race.) Anyway, I just object to warping characters in a misguided political statement. Katniss Everdeen SHOULD have been of a broader heritage – because she was written that way. Meg Murry was written as a plain European heritage American girl with mousy brown straight hair and glasses so thick she was virtually blind without them. But she had a charisma about her personality that let you know that maturity would bring beauty. Calvin was tall, lanky, blatantly poor, and shockingly redheaded. And the angelic trio are completely wrong as well. They should look more like Professor Trelawney, or the junk lady from Labyrinth – not the tailored, coiffed, and over made creations of this production.

    I have to see the movie, because it’s Madeleine L’Engle. I really hope I’m pleasantly surprised. But I’m not optimistic.

    • The Legendary Movie Critic says:

      Madeline’s book had the visual spectacle but it also had a fantastic story. The visuals are great let’s just hope the story is too and I think it’s being as faithful with some small changes to stand out.

  19. Mr.Lucky Curls says:

    Did this need another adaptation? It looks generic

  20. Justin Young says:

    *This could have been a classic. Instead, it looks like it has been made generic in order to have no risk of financial disaster. Mediocrity may kill this movie.*

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