Trailer: Colin Farrell in ‘Winter’s Tale’

Thursday, November 7th, 2013. Filed under: Books Entertainment Film Hollywood Stars Online Videos
Screenshot from the trailer for "Winter's Tale" ©2013 YouTube, LLC

Screenshot from the trailer for “Winter’s Tale”
©2013 YouTube, LLC

(Relaxnews) – Warner Bros has unveiled the first trailer for “Winter’s Tale,” a romantic fantasy film based on the novel by Mark Helprin.

Set in New York in 1916 and the present day, the film marks the directorial debut of Akiva Goldsman, who wrotes the screenplays for “A Beautiful Mind” and “The Da Vinci Code.”

Colin Farrell plays Peter Lake, a thief who falls in love with a dying woman and who is protected by a white horse, Athansor, who acts as his guardian angel. Jessica Brown Findlay, Jennifer Connelly and Russell Crowe play the other lead roles, and Will Smith, William Hurt and Matt Bomer also appear.

The film is due out in North American on February 14, Valentine’s Day.

Watch the “Winter’s Tale” trailer:


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