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Trailer for What Just Happened?

Movie Preview: What Just Happened?

What Just Happened? was a fairly big deal at this year's Sundance mostly because of Robert De Niro who is at the center of this strange comedy. It's a Hollywood satire that some people will probably appreciate more than others, and the reviews I've read of the film have said there may be too many "insider" jokes about "the industry" for most people, but that otherwise it's a great movie.

The story follows "two weeks in the life of a fading Hollywood producer (De Niro) who's having a rough time trying to get his new picture made." Sean Penn plays himself, as does Bruce Willis (pretty hilariously, it seems) and Twilight's Bella, Kristen Stewart, also stars in the film, which opens October 3.

To check out the funny/odd trailer for What Just Happened?,

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Linda-McP Linda-McP 7 years
The great cast will likely pull me in. Thanks for the preview clip, Buzz.
Frank-y-Ava Frank-y-Ava 7 years
I absolutely love Robert DeNiro, and I will probably will go see this.
Nitachequita Nitachequita 7 years
I was REALLY excited for this screening at Sundance because of all the amazing actors involved but was greatly disappointed. The pacing was lackluster and the storyline failed to grab me, even though it had all the elements of quirky fun. The Deal was a funnier "inside Hollywood" movie at Sundance.
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