Tulip Fever red band trailer

The Weinstein Company has allowed many of their titles to sit on the shelf and collect dust for years. One of their latest movies to be delayed more than once, Tulip Fever, is finally coming out after a year-long delay. Not only did The Weinstein release another trailer for the Dane DeHaan and Alicia Vikander-led film, but it’s a red band trailer. Director Justin Chadwick‘s (Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom) movie isn’t the kind of project that screams out for a red band trailer to show what kind of movie it truly is, but TWC definitely believes sex sells because that’s exactly what this new trailer is selling.

Below, watch the new Tulip Fever red band trailer.

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Tulip Fever trailer

It was almost a year ago the first trailer came out for Tulip Fever. Director Justin Chadwick‘s (Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom) period drama was originally scheduled to come out last July, but The Weinstein Company pushed the release date back twice. Days before it was set to open in February, the distributor again postponed its release.

About three years after the drama, which stars Alicia VikanderChristoph Waltz, and Dane DeHaan, was shot, it’s finally coming out in August. Below, watch the Tulip Fever trailer.

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Tulip Fever trailer

Alicia Vikander was downright inescapable in 2015. The Swedish actress had no fewer than seven films out in U.S. theaters last year — including The Danish Girl, which won her the Best Supporting Actress Oscar. She’ll be a little less ubiquitous in 2016, but there’ll still be plenty of her to go around. She’s got Jason Bourne coming this summer and The Light Between Oceans due this fall. And before either of those hit cinemas, she’ll be seen in Tulip Fever.

Directed by Justin Chadwick (Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom), the romantic drama follows Sophia (Vikander), a young woman in 17th century Amsterdam. She’s married to a wealthy older man, Cornelis (Christoph Waltz), but risks everything when she falls into a passionate affair with Jan (Dane DeHaan), the artist hired to paint the couple. Tom Stoppard wrote the screenplay, and it’s based on the book of the same title by Deborah Moggach. Watch the first Tulip Fever trailer after the jump.  Read More »