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At least in this Canyons trailer Lindsay Lohan and James Deen actually make an appearance.
In the second look at the indie film directed by Paul Schrader, grainy grindhouse campinesss pervades the entire one minute, 12-second trailer.
VIDEO: Bret Easton Ellis Unveils ‘The Canyons’ Trailer Sans Lindsay Lohan
The film, penned by brat pack novelist Bret Easton Ellis, described itself on its Kickstarter page as following “five twenty-something’s quest for power, love, sex and success in 2012 Hollywood” — a subject that seems a natural fit for the American Psycho and Less Than Zero author.
Unlike The Canyons teaser — which essentially was just moody clips of Los Angeles scenery without any actors or hint of a plot shown — there’s some sense of what Schrader is going for with this new trailer.
“Where the sex is as cheap as the budget … and the only way out is death!” read the titles in the clip.
STORY: Porn Star Lead in ‘The Canyons’: ‘A Lot of Pool Boys and Pizza Delivery Men to Overcome’
As for the casting of Lifetime’s Liz & Dick star alongside porn actor Deen, Schrader previously described his casting this way to The Hollywood Reporter: “He’s charismatic. Why do people look at Tom Cruise and not someone who looks just like Tom Cruise? He has that special something.”
The Canyons trailer, more than a little suggestively, heralds Deen as a “HUGE new talent.”
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