Joel Schumacher's Trespass gets a shouty trailer

Nicolas Cage and Nicole Kidman need a Panic Room

The trailer for upcoming Joel Schumacher movie, Trespass, has arrived online.

Trespass
(not to be confused with the 1992 Bill Paxton film) stars Nicolas Cage and Nicole Kidman as a husband and wife who have their home invaded by masked thugs.

Cage has cash hidden somewhere in the house and they know about it, but he doesn’t give up so easily. Things begin to unravel and it turns out Kidman may not be the Stepford Wife she'd have us believe her to be.

The film looks like what might happen if Panic Room, Hostage and Funny Games managed to somehow have a child that shared an equal amount of their genetic make-up.

It’s not looking like a particularly pretty sight so far, but the Cage and Kidman team-up is intriguing enough to have us reserving judgement.

Considering the DVD and On-Demand release is literally two weeks after the cinematic one, hopes aren’t particularly high though.

See the shout-filled trailer for yourself here:


A UK release date isn’t confirmed as yet but Trespass will be in US cinemas on 14 October 2011.

What would you do if Trespass came into your home? Welcome it with open arms or shoot it between the eyes? Let us know!

Comments

    • ChrisWootton

      Aug 18th 2011, 14:14

      s**t

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    • joker16

      Aug 18th 2011, 15:16

      What happened to Schumacher? Falling Down was brilliant!

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    • ChrisWootton

      Aug 18th 2011, 15:55

      And Cage and Kidman?

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    • Hadouken76

      Aug 18th 2011, 17:31

      Check out Tigerland for Schumachers last good movie.

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    • EMFilmGeek

      Sep 29th 2011, 1:01

      Loved the performances of Nicole Kidman and Nicolas Cage... Liana Liberato still shone through, and it's been great to see her mature as an actress since "Trust" when I first saw her. The movie had a strong start, then led into the meat of the film which was the encounter with the Trespassers.. I won't ruin any of the details, but I will mention that there are some great twists and turns that were still palatable (as opposed to some half-baked twists and turns I've ran into before)... This was a great film, and I'm excited for it to be released to the general public. Definitely going to see it again!

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    • AllieGerb

      Oct 5th 2011, 0:18

      Cage and Kidman as a couple defiantly caught my attention. I normally would not put the two together, but they had a great chemistry on set. In fact the whole family had it, the family feel felt realistic. Trespass generated great suspense especially when the family started fighting back. The ending has a great twist and I finished the movie feeling satisfied and content.

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