Back in January Ron Howard film that tells the true story that inspired Moby Dick, In The Heart Of The Sea, was pushed back from its March release date to December this year. It was reported that the move was to put the film in a prime Oscar contender position.
The film will now be released in UK cinemas on Boxing Day, and a brand new trailer has just been released, and its stunning. It features plenty of whale attacks, but continues down the dark path seen in the first trailer. The film looks incredibly intense, captivating and quite brilliant, and why would you expect anything different from such a talented director.
In The Heart Of The Sea looks to be what cinemas were made for!
Ron Howard directs Chris Hemsworth in In the Heart of the Sea, the tale of three whaling boats caught under attack from the giant sperm whale Moby Dick. However, to add the the problems of said sea beast, the crew all face hunger, disease and even cannibalism.
In the Heart of the Sea is directed by Ron Howard, and has been written by Marshall Herskovitz, Rick Jaffa, Charles Leavitt, Peter Morgan and Amanda Silver. The cast includes Chris Hemsworth, Benjamin Walker, Tom Holland, Brendon Gleeson, Cillian Murphy, Ben Whishaw, and Jordi Molla.
IN THE HEART OF THE SEA opens nationwide across the UK on 26th December 2015.
In the winter of 1820, the New England whaling ship Essex was assaulted by something no one could believe: a whale of mammoth size and will, and an almost human sense of vengeance. The real-life maritime disaster would inspire Herman Melville’s Moby-Dick. But that told only half the story. “Heart of the Sea” reveals the encounter’s harrowing aftermath, as the ship’s surviving crew is pushed to their limits and forced to do the unthinkable to stay alive. Braving storms, starvation, panic and despair, the men will call into question their deepest beliefs, from the value of their lives to the morality of their trade, as their captain searches for direction on the open sea and his first mate still seeks to bring the great whale down.