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Latest Trailer For A Most Wanted Man

Latest Trailer For A Most Wanted Man
After a couple of trailers have teased us with the possibility that Anton Corbijn’s Le Carré adaptation A Most Wanted Man might actually make it over to the UK, we now have a confirmed release date with the latest promo. Check it out below… A Most Wanted Man finds Philip Seymour Hoffman playing rogue German counter-terrorism expert Gunter Bachmann. He’s trying to track down half-Chechen, half-Russian immigrant Issa Karpov (Grigoriy Dobrygin), who may or may not be part a militant jihadist group in post-9/11 Hamburg.Issa has access to a very private bank account containing a legacy of dubious origin and it's not long before British, German and American intelligence agencies are paying close attention. To try to find his man, Gunter kidnaps and interrogates human rights lawyer Annabel Richter (Rachel McAdams), and things just get more complicated from there.The film boasts a frankly fantastic cast that also includes Willem Dafoe,
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First Clip From A Most Wanted Man

First Clip From A Most Wanted Man
John Le Carré adaptations can be hit-and-miss affairs: not all of them can be Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy. But we have faith in Anton Corbijn, the man behind Control and The American, who has directed A Most Wanted Man. The first clip from the film, which premiered in Sundance at the weekend, is now online. A Most Wanted Man finds Philip Seymour Hoffman playing rogue German counter-terrorism expert Gunter Bachmann. He’s trying to track down half-Chechen, half-Russian immigrant Issa Karpov (Grigoriy Dobrygin), who may or may not be part a militant jihadist group in post-9/11 Hamburg. Issa has access to a very private bank account containing a legacy of dubious origin and it's not long before British, German and American intelligence agencies are paying close attention.To try to find his man, Gunter interrogates human rights lawyer Annabel Richter (Rachel McAdams), and things just get more complicated from there.
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A Most Wanted Man Adds Daniel Bruhl, Official Synopsis Revealed!

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Anton Corbijn‘s project A Most Wanted Man, remember that one? I’m sure you do. I mean, who could say no to this movie cast? We already have Philip Seymour Hoffman, Rachel McAdams, Robin Wright and Willem Dafoe all on board for this action thriller, and according to the latest reports, Daniel Bruhl is about to join them as well!

A Most Wanted Man is an adaptation of John le Carré’s bestselling novel of the same name, described as a cerebral tale of intrigue that is both contemporary and deeply human, touching on love, rivalry, politics and the world we live in.

When a half-Chechen, half-Russian, tortured half-to-death immigrant turns up in Hamburg’s Islamic community, laying claim to his father’s ill gotten fortune, both German and Us security agencies take a close interest: as the clock ticks down and the stakes rise, the race is on
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Daniel Brühl Joins 'A Most Wanted Man' As Production Begins, Official Synopsis Revealed

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Daniel Brühl Joins 'A Most Wanted Man' As Production Begins, Official Synopsis Revealed
Even with only two feature films under his belt, photographer and filmmaker Anton Corbijn has become a director with a distinct voice. His debut "Control" was a startling look at the life of Joy Division frontman Ian Curtis, while his followup "The American" placed George Clooney in a pretty nifty anti-thriller that favored mood over action. And so we couldn't be more excited about this next, the John Le Carré adaptation of "A Most Wanted Man." And with production now starting, a few more names an official synopsis have been revealed for the picture. "Inglourious Basterds," "The Edukators," "Goodbye Lenin!" and "The Bourne Ultimatum" star Daniel Brühl (who was rumored over a month ago) has joined Philip Seymour Hoffman, Rachel McAdams, Robin Wright and Willem Dafoe in the film, with Franz Hartwig, Kostja Ullman, Rainer Bock, Charlotte Schwab, Max Volkert Martens and Martin Wuttke rounding...
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