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Stunning new trailer for The Rover


Let's just start by saying that if you haven't yet seen excellent Aussie crime drama Animal Kingdom, ensure that your evening plans are now corrected to include a viewing.

Director David Michôd's breakout hit is one of the finest films of the past decade and anything he now does, we will be inevitably excited about. It also helps that a rather fantastic new trailer has just dropped for his follow-up film.

The Rover is a gritty post-apocalyptic thriller that stars Guy Pearce and Robert Pattinson and it's just been announced as part of the Cannes line-up this year. The new trailer gives us a look at what we can expect and, like Animal Kingdom, we're not expecting a happy ending...

The Rover hits cinemas later this year



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