I can think of no other outlet more synonymous with the name Terrence Malick than Entertainment Tonight, so as such, they’ve premiered the first U.S. theatrical trailer for To the Wonder, but thankfully left the voiceover to the actors in the film. While it runs about the length of our first international look, we’re given a handful of new shots as we follow the story of Ben Affleck‘s romantic life, bouncing in between Rachel McAdams and Olga Kurylenko, with Javier Bardem popping in for guidance.

Check it out below, along with a new clip from France, and the official poster without any pesky watermarks, then read our review from Toronto International Film Festival, where we said the film ”unfolds itself as a series of images trying hard to forget the pain. As inferences are made concerning infidelity and the ultimate betrayal of adultery threatens to destroy all shred of what once was and what was hoped to be, we’re reminded of happier times devoid of the suffering wrought by weakness, insecurity, and paranoid delusions speaking more about the accuser’s mindset than the accused” and that “Malick tells his romance through the silent flicker of cascading memories long passed.” Also included below is a list of theatrical expansion, so you can find out when you’ll be able to see the film.

See the theatrical expansion plans below via Magnolia Pictures:

Austin, TX: Alamo Slaughter Lane 8
Austin, TX: Violet Crown Cinemas
Baltimore, MD: Charles Theatre
Berkeley, CA: Shattuck Cinemas 10
Cambridge, MA: Kendall Square Cinema 9
Campbell, CA: Camera 7
Chicago, IL: Landmark’s Century Centre Cinema
Dallas, TX: Angelika Film Center and Cafe
Denver, CO: Mayan Theatre
Houston, TX: River Oaks Theatre 3
La Jolla, CA: La Jolla Village Cinemas
Minneapolis, MN: Uptown Theatre
Nashville, TN: Belcourt Theatre
New York, NY: Sunshine Cinema 5
New York, NY: Walter Reade Theater
Palo Alto, CA: Aquarius 2
Philadelphia, PA: Ritz East
Plano, TX: Angelika Film Center and Cafe
San Diego, CA: Hillcrest Cinemas
San Francisco, CA: Embarcadero Center Cinema 5
Seattle, WA: Egyptian Theatre
Washington, DC: E Street Cinema
West Los Angeles, CA: The Landmark 12

Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan Theater
Atlanta, GA: Midtown Art Cinemas 8
Cleveland Heights, OH: Cedar Lee Theatres
Encino, CA: Town Center 5
Fairfax, VA: Angelika Film Center & Cafe 8
Fort Worth, TX: Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
Indianapolis, IN: Keystone Art Cinema 7
Kansas City, MO: Tivoli @ Manor Square
Milwaukee, WI: Downer Theatre
North Hollywood, CA: Laemmle NoHo 7
Pasadena, CA: Playhouse 7 Cinemas
Royal Oak, MI: Main Art Theatre
Santa Ana, CA: South Coast Village 3
Santa Cruz, CA: Nickelodeon Theatres
Santa Rosa, CA: Summerfield Cinemas 5
University City, MO: Tivoli Theatre

Honolulu, HI: Kahala Theatres 8
Ithaca, NY: Cinemapolis 5
Palm Desert, CA: Cinemas Palme D’Or 7
Portland, OR: Cinema 21 Theatre
Salt Lake City, UT: Broadway Centre Cinemas
San Antonio, TX: Santikos Bijou Cinema Bistro 6
Santa Fe, NM: CCA Cinematheque
Tucson, AZ: The Loft Cinema
Tulsa, OK: Circle Cinema

Omaha, NE: Dundee (Art)

Oklahoma City, OK: Oklahoma City Museum of Art

Spokane, WA: Magic Lantern Theatre

Columbus, OH: Gateway Film Center 8

To the Wonder arrives on April 12th.

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