Trailer for new Armando Iannucci film about Stalin starring Steve Buscemi, Michael Palin and Paddy Considine revealed - NME
The first trailer for Armando Iannucci‘s film about Stalin has been revealed.
The movie is the director’s first since 2009’s In The Loop. He is also known for creating political comedies The Thick Of It and Veep.
The Death Of Stalin has been adapted from the graphic novel of the same name written by Fabien Nury, as the Guardian reports.
The Soviet satire will follow the events after the dictator’s death in 1953 and features a host of big names, including Steve Buscemi, Michael Palin and Paddy Considine. Jeffrey Tambor (Transparent, Arrested Development) and Homeland‘s Rupert Friend will also appear in the film.
The Death Of Stalin is released in UK cinemas on October 20. Watch the trailer below now.
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