Talented young director Damien Chazelle, who created the La La Land fever, will return to the screen with a work “filled with superstars”, called Babylon.

The film is expected to premiere early next year, with the participation of actor Brad Pitt, female star Margot Robbie, “Spider-Man” Tobey Maguire and many other names such as: Diego Calva, Jovan Adepo, Li Jun Li , Jean Smart.

Recently, the film suddenly released its official trailer: full of brilliance, luxury, boldness and “wildness”.

Babylon is set in 1920s Los Angeles, a pivotal time, when the film industry transitioned from silent films to talkies. That revolution had a significant impact on the stars’ careers. The film is a story about the flashiness and excessive luxury of old Hollywood along with the ambitions and ups and downs of many characters.

In the film, Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie will play two Hollywood stars at very different stages of their careers, and both are inspired by real-life actors of the era.

The trailer opens with a vibrant background of Jazz music and images of lavish but also “wild” parties, with the main focus being Nellie LaRoy (played by Margot Robbie). An actress who is “struggling” with her ambition to be successful and rich, dreams of spending all the money she has to enjoy and party with everyone, forever, suddenly suddenly shines and is sought after. welcome, then suddenly get caught up in countless problems.

Meanwhile, Jack Conrad (played by Brad Pitt) – a famous movie star, who changed L.A., where there was a sign “No actors or dogs accepted” when he first arrived. .

Not only that, he continues his ambition to make a difference, reshaping the entertainment industry with great meaning. But this also makes him encounter many doubts that this city is too large and he is not the only one.

Sharing with Vanity Fair, writer and director Damien Chazelle said: “The film delves into the brutality of Jazz-era Hollywood, the city of Los Angeles and the people who go there with the wish of ‘great success’. Babylon will combine the nostalgic glamor of La La Land with Whiplash’s uncompromising portrait of ambition and its consequences.”

Babylon is expected to premiere in early 2023.