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First trailer for Dark Places starring Charlize Theron and Nicholas Hoult has arrived

French poster for Dark Places via the international distributor Mars Films

It's about time! The first trailer for Dark Places, the movie based on Gillian Flynn's novel is finally, finally out. This one's an International trailer with French subtitles though, meaning it's clearly made for the French audience where it makes its debut on April 8th. It may be used for the Canadian Quebecois market although I don't see a Canadian release date. We still don't have a US release date either—in fact there aren't release dates for any English speaking countries—but here are the dates for the rest of you. 

France 8 April 2015
Denmark 30 April 2015
Greece 30 April 2015
Turkey 26 June 2015
Sweden 14 August 2015
Norway 28 August 2015
Take a look—

As you can see, it's quite a bit darker in tone than Gone Girl, as was Flynn's novel. If you're curious here's what I thought of the book.

Unlike Gone Girl, Flynn —who collaborated with director David Fincher—had no involvement with Dark Places; director Gilles Paquet-Brenner whose last film was Sarah's Key, not only helmed but also wrote the script.

Gone Girl stars Charlize Theron as Libby Day, Nicholas (About a Boy) Hoult—all grown up!—as Kyle, the president of the Kill Club, Corey Stoll as Ben Day, the brother locked up for murdering Libby's family, Tye Sheridan as the young Ben Day, Chloe Grace Moretz as young Diondra who led young Ben astray, Christina Hendricks as their mother and Andrea Roth as old Diondra.

I'm adding the trailer to my home page as the featured trailer