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Exclusive New Trailer for Kill Your Friends


The first teaser trailer was a kick in the face: now comes the blow to another, more painful part of your anatomy.

We're delighted to be premiering the new trailer for the hotly-awaited Kill Your Friends, based on the cult John Niven book of the same name, and it gives another peek into the grimy, sleazy, amoral world of the music business in the late nineties.

Nicholas Hoult stars as A&R guy Steven Stelfox, working in a dirty industry where 'no one knows anything', careers are made and broken by chance, and in which he will stop at nothing to survive. James Corden stars as fellow A&R guy Waters. Georgia King appears as secretary Rebecca, as well as Craig Roberts, Rosanna Arquette and Edward Hogg.

Take a look below and maybe take a bath afterwards.

Kill Your Friends is in cinemas 6 November




The First Teaser Trailer for John Niven's Kill Your Friends


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