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New Trailer for The Counselor

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This movie could not have more big names attached to it if it tried.

Cormac McCarthy has written, Ridley Scott directs and Michael Fassbender, Penelope Cruz, Javier Bardem, Brad Pitt, Cameron Diaz, Rosie Perez, Dean Norris and John Leguizamo all star in The Counselor, and this moody trailer suggests it could be a heavyweight result.

The story features a lawyer dipping his toes into the drug trade, before things get out of hand. They always warn you about that don't they? But no-one ever listens. It's like when someone says "don't touch that, it's hot" but you touch it anyway, just to check, and then it turns out it definitely is hot and it hurts a bit. Yes, just like that.

The Counselor is released on October 25th

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