Beau Is Afraid | Official Trailer HD | A24

Beau Is Afraid | Official Trailer HD | A24


From director Ari Aster and starring Academy Award winner Joaquin Phoenix. BEAU IS AFRAID – In Theaters This April. #BeauIsAfraid

RELEASE DATE: April 21, 2023
CAST: Joaquin Phoenix, Nathan Lane, Amy Ryan, Stephen McKinley Henderson, Zoe Lister-Jones, Armen Nahapetian, with Parker Posey and Patti LuPone

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40 Responses

  1. David Emanuel Rosini says:

    This is a perfect example of how you do a trailer. You’re not getting a synopsis or plot of the the entire movie, but it perfectly gives you a setting and a vibe. Such a good trailer!

  2. What's happened here? says:

    A24 is easily in the top 3 production companies right now. Even their work that isn’t as popularly recognized is all of a really high standard and most have their own cult followings. I always get a feeling like I’m in a fever dream watching A24 movies and it’s rare that production companies can achieve that effect where you are enveloped in the story time after time 🙏

  3. Mike D says:

    This is what I want to see above all else when it comes to movies. Something from a filmmaker who has a vision and wants to slap me across the face with it. Repeatedly.

  4. B-Dub says:

    A24 doesn’t mess around! They continue to produce the most unique, ingenious, mind-bending films! Keep ‘em coming! 😊

  5. Enrique Vega says:

    Thanks Ari Aster for keeping the art of cinema alive and thanks Joaquin Phoenix for sculpting these characters with your unique talent. All the waiting has been worth it, this movie looks mind blowing.

  6. Random Recipes says:

    I can’t tell if I’m gonna find this movie to be more terrifying, or hysterical… and that has me so excited. Ari sure is talented filmmaker. I’m glad he’s switching up his style. Almost feels like this film was made for Joaquin, it’s his style of weird/funny/tragic.

  7. Caleb Thornblad says:

    This looks like a positively gorgeous insane combination of horror humor heart and an utterly bonkers tornado of weirdness. Ari just keeps getting better and better

  8. Jessica Desmond-Robitaille says:

    I love how Ari has kind of created his own sub genre. I’ve been dying for his next film since Midsommar. Can’t waitttttt

  9. The Backseat Critics: Movie Review Podcast says:

    This is wild, weird. And I love it. A24 has been pumping out some of the best movies in recent years – we need more companies open to getting weird with movies.

  10. Benjamin Abraham says:

    After the success of “Everything, Everywhere, All At Once”, I wouldn’t be surprised to see “Beau Is Afraid” reach that summit, especially with Joaquin Phoenix starring in a wacky, self-imploding, & an artistic motion picture masterpiece with Ari Aster to direct!

    • C.A. Green says:

      @Rinky Dink yes all good examples. And maybe it’s better that way, otherwise we’d get a whole slew of new slick and artistic movies just for the sake of being authentic.

    • Rinky Dink says:

      @C.A. Green  Well definitely Everything, Everywhere. The Darren Aronofsky film “Mother!” is absolutely nuts, but tonally very serious and dark, also “I’m thinking of ending things” is pretty out there and existential. “Birdman” is another one. There’s probably more. It’s not a trend as ubiquitous as Superhero movies, but there’s still good, wacky, existential auteur cinema out there

    • C.A. Green says:

      @Rinky Dink true. Those are all FANTASTIC. But the most recent is 15 years ago. What do ya got more recent than that?

    • Rinky Dink says:

      @C.A. Green The trend started years ago
      Haven’t you ever seen Being John Malkovich or Eternal Sunshine or Synecdoche New York?

    • C.A. Green says:

      I really hope this starts a new trend

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