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'A Dangerous Method' Trailer

I'm keeping my fingers crossed that this is Mortensen's year.


Dan said…
Looks very promising. Looking forward to it.
Msmariah said…
Viggo is so underrated and such a great actor.  He's been in the game a long time.  I'm looking forward to this film, however, I wish they would have cast someone other than Kiera Knightly.  She's such the go-to girl for period pieces.  
Anna said…
Mortensen's year indeed but it's truly possible that Fassbender might become the golden boy. I've been waiting for this film forever and ever. Even Knightley can't ruin it for me.
Andrew K. said…
Why does everyone hate Keira? She hasn't done a real major period piece since 07. She's not that ubiquitous.
CastorTroy said…
I mean did you see that trailer? She was going to eat somebody if that trailer had been 20 seconds longer.

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