BOY ERASED – Official Trailer [HD] – In Theaters November

BOY ERASED – Official Trailer [HD] – In Theaters November

Watch Lucas Hedges, Nicole Kidman and Russell Crowe in the new trailer for #BoyErased, featuring the new original song “Revelation” by Troye Sivan & Jónsi. In theaters this November.

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“Boy Erased” tells the story of Jared (Hedges), the son of a Baptist pastor in a small American town, who is outed to his parents (Kidman and Crowe) at age 19. Jared is faced with an ultimatum: attend a conversion therapy program – or be permanently exiled and shunned by his family, friends, and faith. Boy Erased is the true story of one young man’s struggle to find himself while being forced to question every aspect of his identity.

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79 Responses

  1. x_danig_x says:

    Awwwww the song is so beautiful go TROYE👏👏

  2. Will C says:

    Between “Boy Erased” and “Suspiria”, November 2nd is going to be a really heavy day.

    • maziebunny2 says:

      and in my town, they do early bird showings for the important ones. and I have a feeling that this and Bohemian Rhapsody will get that treatment and that’ll start my Oscar season (which officially is November 1st) right.

    • Crystal Ann says:

      Will C don’t forget “bohemian rhapsody”. I got teary eye watching the newest trailer. Next year, these films are OSCAR worthy

    • maziebunny2 says:

      I agree, Crystal Ann, it left me with tears…and a fear or two that year 31 may be the last I predict the Oscars. but before all that, it comes down to TIFF who will be listing their presentations next week.

    • Ravenclaw Geek says:

      Don’t forget Suspiria is reportedly going to be 3 hours.

    • Tubebrerry says:

      Huh. This seems at least a day late and a dollar short. A film about a gay character in a small town is this studio’s autumn prestige picture and Oscar bait? I mean, the conversion-therapy angle is arguably fresh, at least for a cineplex movie. But still, is this passing for something coming from over the horizon? Is it supposed to get a new conversation going?
      And, by the way, what’s with the passive-aggressive casting? Two high-profile Australian actors playing Americans who are, either actually or virtually, White People From The South? What, Reese Witherspoon and Brad Pitt weren’t available? Okay, so the director’s himself Australian. But I’d hope if I went to Australia to make a film about Australians I’d have enough good judgment and decency to cast Australians.

  3. Yel Yint says:

    The OSCARs are written all over it! WOW!

    • João Marcos says:

      Yel Yint The only nominations I care about are Phoenix You were never really here, Gyllenhaal or Ahmed or C Reilly Sisters brothers, Bale, Adams or Rockwell Backseat, Pattinson for anything since the Dicaprio or De Niro, Pacino, Plemons only come out next year

    • Hunter O' Tails says:

      Yep. It’s easy to get an Oscar these days, just make a gay movie or a black movie… or a gay black movie (Moonlight). I want to see Oscars go to actual good movies for a change and be all political.

  4. book lover says:

    I actually have tears in my eye

  5. Jeremy Reviews Entertainment says:

    Why does the gay movie feel more Christian than actual Christian movies lol (this movie looks amazing though)

    • Miles Dice says:

      Christians have always been an easy target for ((((((Hollywood))))))))

    • Kathy Myers says:

      Jeremy Reviews Entertainment Christian for 35 years. I totally agree. It’s so much more complicated because we are PEOPLE. HUMANITY IS MISSING. what about all the people sitting in church struggling with any kind of heterosexual sins? tell you what, I’m so thankful Jesus and His love and grace was there for me because the Christian’s werent especially “church”. And it’s always been like that. At my worse times, they turned their backs on me, but JESUS! WAS MY REFUGE AND MY STRENGTH.

    • Shaun Clark says:

      HARDLY WHEN IT’S A HATCHET JOB TO MAKE CHRISTIANS LOOK BAD AND UNREASONABLE..

    • Weltha Wood says:

      It feels more Christian because it’s an actual film with a film narrative and isn’t a sermon disguised as a film – and that honors film as a valid source of truth, goodness, and beauty. In addition, it probably feels more Christian because it reflects the great arc of Scripture – God’s love in Christ – as opposed to the politicized version of faith that makes big dollars off the fear of some supposed “homosexual agenda” and refuses to see “those Scriptures” in any social or historical context, said this Christian of 49 years.

    • Why You Need My Name says:

      It might seem a contradiction that a God who is love can also hate. Yet that’s exactly what Bible says is true: God is love (1 John 4:8), and God hates (Hosea 9:15). God’s nature is love—He always does what is best for others—and He hates what is contrary to His nature—He hates what is contrary to love.

      No one should be surprised to learn that God does hate some things. He created us with the capacity to both love and hate, and we acknowledge that hatred is sometimes justified—we naturally hate things that destroy what we love. This is part of our being created in the image of God. The fact that we are all tainted with sin means that our love and hatred are sometimes misplaced, but the existence of the sin nature does not negate our God-given ability to love and hate. It is no contradiction for a human being to be able to love and hate, and neither is it a contradiction for God to be able to love and hate.

      When the Bible does speak of God’s hatred, the object of His hatred is sin and wickedness. Among the things God hates are idolatry (Deuteronomy 12:31; 16:22), child sacrifice, sexual perversion (Leviticus 20:1–23), and those who do evil (Psalm 5:4–6; 11:5). Proverbs 6:16–19 lists seven things the Lord hates: pride, lying, murder, evil plots, those who love evil, false witnesses, and troublemakers. Notice that this passage does not include just things that God hates; it includes people as well. The reason is simple: sin cannot be separated from the sinner except by the forgiveness available in Christ alone. God hates lying, yes, but lying always involves a person—a liar—who chooses to lie. God cannot judge the lie without also judging the liar.

      The Bible clearly teaches that God loves the people of the world (John 3:16). God spared wicked Nineveh, bringing them to repentance (Jonah 3). God takes no pleasure in the death of the wicked (Ezekiel 18:32). He is patient to an extreme, “not wanting anyone to perish, but everyone to come to repentance” (2 Peter 3:9). This is all proof of love—God wants what is best for His creation. At the same time, Psalm 5:5 says about God, “You hate all evildoers” (ESV). Psalm 11:5 is even harsher: “The wicked, those who love violence, he hates with a passion.”

      Before a person repents and believes in the Lord Jesus Christ, he is the enemy of God (Colossians 1:21). Yet, even before he is saved, he is loved by God (Romans 5:8)—i.e., God sacrificed His only begotten Son on his behalf. The question then becomes, what happens to someone who spurns God’s love, refuses to repent, and stubbornly clings to his sin? Answer: God will judge him, because God must judge sin, and that means judging the sinner. These are the “wicked” whom God hates—those who persist in their sin and rebellion, even in the face of the grace and mercy of God in Christ.

      David writes, “You are not a God who delights in wickedness; evil may not dwell with you” (Psalm 5:4, ESV, emphasis added). By contrast, those who take refuge in God will “be glad” and “ever sing for joy” (verse 11). In fact, both Psalm 5 and Psalm 11 draw a stark contrast between the righteous (those who take refuge in God) and the wicked (those who rebel against God). The righteous and the wicked make different choices and have different destinies—one will see the ultimate expression of God’s love, and the other will know the ultimate expression of God’s hatred.

      We cannot love with a perfect love, nor can we hate with a perfect hatred. But God can both love and hate perfectly, because He is God. God can hate without sinful intent. He can hate the sinner in a perfectly holy way and still lovingly forgive the sinner at the moment of repentance and faith (Malachi 1:3; Revelation 2:6; 2 Peter 3:9).

      In His love for all, God has sent His Son to be the Savior. The wicked, who are still unforgiven, God hates “for their many sins, for they have rebelled” (Psalm 5:10). But—and this is important to understand—God desires that the wicked repent of their sin and find refuge in Christ. At the moment of saving faith, the wicked sinner is removed from the kingdom of darkness and transferred to the kingdom of love (see Colossians 1:13). All enmity is dissolved, all sin is removed, and all things are made new (see 2 Corinthians 5:17).

  6. renz abong says:

    *WIG: ERASED*

  7. ellyboyman says:

    Who’s ready to cry violently in the cinema?

    • hon ty says:

      ellyboyman i can’t watch it my city is shit and homophobic

    • Caleb F. says:

      What?! Where did they ban this? In the US?

    • Tanya says:

      Please don’t be that loud guy in the theater

    • Shaun Clark says:

      DEAR GOD NO…..SOME OF US HAVE ENOUGH PROBLEMS WITHOUT MAKING TOYAL ARSES OUT OF OURSELVES… AND CERTAINLY NOT TO THAT MOVIE..

    • Shaun Clark says:

      SEEING THAT HOMOSEXUALITY IS A PEVERSION DOESN’T MEAN YOU ARE ‘HOMOPHOBIC’ (HAVE AN IRRATIONAL FEAR OR HATRED OF GAYS). THE TERM IS JUST ANOTHER MISSUSE OF LANGUAGE TO PUSH THE LIES OF THE LIBERAL LEFT. FACT IS I (AND MOST CHRISTIANS) DONT HATE OR FEAR GAYS – QUITE THE OPPOSITE – WE WANT ALL PEOPLE TO REPENT: HOMOSEXUALITY IS NOT A SPECIAL KIND OF SIN FOR EATHER HARSHNESS OR LENIENCY. THE BIGGEST HURDLE IS ARROGANT PEOPLE WHO REFUSE TO ADMIT THERE IS A PROBLEM.

  8. 멍멍비비 says:

    *REVELATION by TROYE SIVAN and i heard that GOOD SIDE at the intro OMG I CRY*

  9. Kylo Targaryen says:

    Jesus would be ashamed of these camps. Be proud of who you are and don’t let others make you feel bad for it. 🏳️‍🌈❤️💛 💚 💙 💜 ☮️ ☯️ ✝️ 🌻 💐 🌷 🌹 🌺 🌸 🌼 🙏 On a lighter note, I LOVE NICOLE KIDMAN!!!!!!!

    • Hunter O' Tails says:

      Jesus is ashamed… of you.

    • Melody Mint says:

      Hunter O’ Tails If it mattered he would’ve talked about it #facts

    • MaybeNextTime says:

      Melody Mint What bible are you reading? Leviticus 18:22 ‘Thou shalt not lie with mankind, as with womankind: it is abomination. ‘

    • Why You Need My Name says:

      We know God exists because it’s scientifically impossible for creation (nature) to create itself. Every one of us will eventually die, and only God is eternal. If we want to live forever (and who in his right mind doesn’t?), we have to somehow connect with God. The problem is that we are separated from Him by our sin. Let’s see if we have sinned, by looking briefly at the Ten Commandments (God’s moral Law). Have you ever told a lie, stolen anything, or used God’s name in vain? Jesus said, “Whoever looks at a woman to lust for her has already committed adultery with her in his heart.” Have you looked with lust? Will you be guilty on Judgment Day? If you have done those things, God sees you as a lying, thieving, blasphemous, adulterer at heart. The Bible warns that if you are guilty you will end up in Hell. God, who the Bible says is “rich in mercy,” sent His Son, Jesus, to suffer and die on the cross in the place of guilty sinners. We broke God’s Law, but Jesus paid our fine. That means God can legally dismiss our case. He can commute our death sentence: “For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.” Then Jesus rose from the dead and defeated death. Please, repent (turn from sin) today — you may not have tomorrow—and place your trust in Jesus, and God will grant you everlasting life (see John 14:21). Then read the Bible daily and obey it.

    • Jorge Prieto says:

      Kylo Targaryen indeed. Jesus hates the sin but loves all sinners

  10. Alexandro Tirador says:

    Saoirse Ronan: Mary Queen of Scots
    Timothee Chalamet: Beautiful Boy
    Lucas Hedges: Boy Erased

    The Lady Bird gang will slay awards season for sure.

  11. Noor doum says:

    omg troye’s accent tho

  12. bhakti chohan says:

    Troye in this movie is going to make it extra special for me!

  13. Iwani Izzati says:

    Troye so cutee 😍😘

  14. nicole miller! says:

    i feel like when this comes out all of the troye fans are going to show themselves and i will finally be with my people.

  15. Seetha Golden says:

    Timothee Chalamet: BEAUTIFUL BOY
    Armie Hammer: ON THE BASIS OF SEX / SORRY TO BOTHER YOU
    Saoirse Ronan: MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS
    Lucas Hedges: BOY ERASED
    Luca Guadagnino: SUSPIRIA

    *This year is AWESOME!*

    • João Marcos says:

      amy I can flood anything I want with my opinion and it wont be a stranger telling me what to do

    • Jack Smith says:

      Timothee Chalamet/Steve Carrel: Beautiful Boy
      Lucas Hedges: Boy Erased
      Christian Bale/Amy Adams/Sam Rockwell: Backseat
      Ryan Gosling: First Man
      Robert Redford/Casey Affleck: The Old Man and the Gun
      Saoirse Ronan/Margot Robbie: Mary, Queen of Scots
      Felicity Jones/Armie Hammer: On the Basis of Sex
      Viggo Mortensen/Mahershala Ali: The Green Book
      Joaquin Phoenix: You Were Never Really Here
      Viola Davis: Widows

      I ONLY FOCUS ON ACTING NOMS FOR NOW

    • João Marcos says:

      Jack Smith I definitely feel like they might snub Phoenix for Malek/Cooper/Gosling, outside of Malek, internet hates older actors

    • solarge knowles says:

      All yt folk. Interesting…

    • Melissa beaudoin says:

      Not to forget that xavier dolan, Theodore Langevin and troye sivan are in this movie to.

  16. quee ̶n̶ r says:

    Omg this movie will tear me down!!! And I’m so proud of my boy Troye 😭💜

  17. Ann M says:

    Terrible that this is a reality for some young men and women.

    • MaybeNextTime says:

      hon ty Just curious here. 1) Do you come from a religious family? (church every Sunday, pray before every meal and at night) 2) Do you have a good relationship with your parents? 3) Are your parents divorced? 4) Are you happy with your self image?

    • Shaun Clark says:

      COULD BE A LOT WORSE.. GAYS NEED TO GET OVER THEIR VICTIM STATUS AND RELISE TWO THINGS- 1/ LIFE IS TOUGH FOR MANY PEOPLE FOR MANY DIFFERENT REASONS – AND BEING A STRAIT WHITE MALE DOESNT MAKE LIFE ANY EASIER THAN IT IS FOR ANYBODY ELSE. 2/ WE ALL STRUGGLE WITH VARIOUS SINS _BEING GAY DOESNT GIVE YO VICTIMPOINT OR MAKE YOUR SIN MOE EXCUSABLE- WE ALL HAVE TO FIGHT OUR SIN NATURE.

    • MaybeNextTime says:

      Obviously you don’t have to answer, but never in my life have I met anyone or know of anyone that could say 1) Yes 2) Yes 3) No 4) Yes to all of these questions and turn out LGBTQ. Simply just curious about your situation

    • hon ty says:

      MaybeNextTime 1 = yes
      2= not really
      3=no but always fighting
      4= yeah

    • hon ty says:

      Shaun Clark thanks for sharing this I understand 💕

  18. Rose sivan says:

    OMG TROYE’S ACCENT IS MY LIFE.

  19. Breyonna Morgan says:

    Thank God, that I was able to lie well enough to not get sent to one of these.

  20. R8-TV says:

    CMBYM 2018????

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