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Inside Llewyn Davis Trailer Lands

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The trailer for Inside Llewyn Davis, the latest movie from the Coen brothers, has hit and it looks ludicrously cool.

Starring Oscar Isaac, Carey Mulligan, Justin Timberlake (looking ace, image 2, right), John Goodman (looking dead) and Garrett Hedlund, the film is loosely based on the life of Dave Van Ronk’s memoir The Mayor Of MacDougal Street. Oscar Isaac plays Davis, a folk musician plying his trade around 1960s Greenwich Village, New York.

That tune you're hearing is Bob Dylan's "Farewell." A release date is expected during Sundance.

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