WATCH: First Trailer for Jennifer Lawrence’s ‘Serena’ (VIDEO)

After a long wait, StudioCanal has finally released the first trailer for “Serena,” the long-delayed period pic starring Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper.

Susanne Bier directed the pic, which is set in depression-era North Carolina and follows a couple’s life as they try to manage their timber empire.

The pic doesn’t have a release date yet, but will bow at the London Film Festival next month.

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  1. Guest says:

    The trailer definitely makes me want to see the movie. Especially that last scene with Lawrence, “I can’t lose you.” Done perfectly and executed with this kind of vibe, probably as the build up to the madness of her character I know about the book this is based on I’m glad to see we finally got a trailer!

  2. Daisy Llano says:

    This film remainds me about The Great Gabsby, except that the woman here seems to have strength and some personality. J.Lawrence needs to work on her facial expressions. They are the same on All her movies, roles and feelings to be expressed.

  3. Jeff says:

    I’m pinching my nostrils. P.U.!

  4. It looks like a great movie and with two of my favorite actors. Can’t wait!!!

  5. Stergios says:

    It looks extremely promising. My God, how amazing Jennifer Lawrence can be? She looks absolutely fantastic in the role of Serena. I’ve read the book and judging from this trailer, she looks EXACTLY as I imagined Serena. And saying her role is dark here is actually and understatement. Lady Macbeth vibes all around! Expect her to be nominated for an Oscar again. That girl… She’s a real force of nature.

  6. K.D. says:

    No release date? There’s a November date listed in the trailer.

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