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Incredible new Nightcrawler trailer


You've probably seen pictures of a rather gaunt Jake Gyllenhaal haunting red carpets of late and no, he's not developed a consuming drug addiction, he's doing it for art.

More specifically, for the grimy new thriller Nightcrawler where he stars as a slightly unhinged man obsessed with becoming a crime scene reporter, no matter how far he has to go.

The full trailer has just landed and we're mightily impressed. It marks another interesting role for Gyllenhaal, who has excelled of late in both Prisoners and Enemy and a supporting cast, including Bill Paxton, Riz Ahmed and Rene Russo, look like they're all on top form.

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