Netflix has launched the primary trailer for White Noise, an apocalyptic black comedy from director Noam Baumbach based mostly on Don DeLillo’s 1985 breakout novel of the identical identify.
Adam Driver (Annette) stars as Jack Gladney, a Hitler research professor on the fictional College-on-the-Hill who, alongside together with his spouse Babette (Greta Gerwig) and his 4 kids, should evacuate within the aftermath of a cataclysmic practice accident that casts chemical waste over their quiet hometown.
Don Cheadle (Hotel Rwanda), André “3000” Benjamin, and Jodie-Turner-Smith (Queen & Slim) be part of the solid as Jack’s eccentric educational colleagues at College-on-the-Hill, whereas Sam Nivola, May Nivola, and Raffey Cassidy (The Killing of a Sacred Deer) star as his kids Heinrich, Steffie, and Denise.
White Noise is Baumbach’s first adaptation of a pre-existing work. DeLillo’s novel is an insightful, clever, and darkly hilarious exploration of the absurdities of postmodern American, capitalism, and technological obsession.
White Noise will premiere on Aug. 31 on the 79th Venice International Film Festival earlier than opening at this yr’s New York Film Festival on Sept. 30. The movie will play in choose theaters and stream on Netflix later this yr.