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The Danish Girl Trailer Watch Here: Eddie Redmayne In Drag Is Epic! Release Date, Cast Revealed

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Release Date, Cast, And More, A waterfall of tears is surely going to flow with the upcoming movie ‘The Danish Girl,’ based on the amazing novel by David Ebershoff. The new trailer for ‘The Danish Girl’ has recently been released and it is astounding. After the movie posted the surprising image of Eddie Redmayne as Elbe, fans have been anticipating the next teaser for the movie, according to Wired.

‘The Danish Girl,’ by David Ebershoff is a “fictionalized account of the real life of Lili Elbe, one of the first people to undergo gender confirmation surgery,” shared by Wired. The drama adaptation, which is set in the early 20th Century, will be directed by none other than Oscar award winner Tom Hooper, known for his movie ‘The King’s Speech.’

Tom Hooper casting Eddie Redmayne

“Eddie was really the person I wanted to make the film with, and I was very passionate about that,” Hooper said in an interview with Screen Daily. “I was a great believer in him as an actor. I think also there’s a certain gender fluidity that I sensed in him, that I found intriguing and it led me to think he might be a really interesting person to cast in this role.”

“I felt that there was something in him that was drawn to the feminine,” according to Hooper. “That was something that I felt he might be interested to explore further.”

The upcoming movie will have an astonishing set of cast and crew including Oscar winner for best actor Eddie Redmayne. known for his portrayal as Stephen Hawking in ‘The Theory of Everything,’ and actress Alicia Vikander, from ‘The Man from U.N.C.L.E.’ Redmayne will play the role of Lili Elbe while Vikander will portray Elbe’s wife, artist Gerda Wegener. Also joining the cast will be Amber Heard and Ben Whishaw, shared by The Wall Street Journal.

‘The Danish Girl’ is set to premier at the Venice Film Festival on September 5 with the official release on November 27.

 

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