Second Trailer for Brady Corbet’s ‘Vox Lux’ Spotlights New Music from Sia

Written by on November 28, 2018 


Following his harrowing directorial debut The Childhood of a Leader, Brady Corbet is stepping up his scope with Vox Lux. Telling the story of Natalie Portman’s character on her pop stardom journey, from 1999 to 2017, NEON has now released a second trailer, this time spotlighting original music from Sia, whose tunes accompany an original score by Scott Walker. The specific song featured in the preview is “Wrapped Up,” performed by Raffey Cassidy & Natalie Portman, and written by Sia & Greg Kurstin.

Rory O’Connor said in his review, “It’s pleasing to note that the actor-turned-director seems to have forgone none of Childhood‘s aesthetic swagger and misanthropic bite in the process of making his second feature. He has, however, significantly fine-tuned his nose for satire in that time and what we have as a result is not only a thrilling examination of fame and violence in the 21st century and how the two are intrinsically linked, it might also be 2018’s most blistering cinematic provocation this side of Lars von Trier’s The House That Jack Built.”

Check out the trailer below.


Vox Lux opens on December 7.

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