A new trailer starring Ethan Hawke and Pedro Pascal as gay lovers has been making waves on the internet.
Despite the trailer only clocking in at just over a minute long, fans already can’t wait.
“This looks so insanely good. I can’t wait to see this Pedro’s gonna be so good ahhh,” one commented.
Another said: “This looks incredible! Ethan Hawke and Pedro Pascal as lovers in the old West? Sign me up!”
Now, Pedro Pascal has become a darling of the internet in recent years.
Born in Chile in 1975, his family sought refuge in Denmark as a result of their involvement in resistance against the Pinochet dictatorship. The family eventually settled in America, which was where Pedro discovered his love for acting.
After graduating from New York’s Tisch School of the Arts in 1997, Pedro sporadically appeared in various TV shows, such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The Good Wife and Homeland. However, it was his role as Oberyn Martell in Game of Thrones that really changed the trajectory of his career, as well as his role in the Netflix show Narcos.
Flash forward ten years, and Pedro is now one of the hottest names in Hollywood. Since 2019 he has played the lead role in the Disney+ Star Wars spinoff The Mandalorian, and who could ever forget his stellar performance as Joel in this year’s biggest show, The Last of Us.
It should therefore come as no surprise to fans that Pedro has a whole host of exciting new projects lined up, including his next movie, Strange Way Of Life.
The new trailer for the Western-inspired flick has just dropped, and fans are already obsessed.
It stars Pedro alongside Ethan Hawke, known for his roles in movies such as Boyhood and Before Sunrise. The pair play gay lovers, and from the trailer you can already tell that their chemistry is sizzling hot.
The film is directed by another Pedro, Pedro Almodóvar, who is known for his work on movies such as Talk to Her, Volver and The Skin I Live In.
Viewers of the trailer already seem to have fallen for the cowboy movie, and have taken to the comments section to share their excitement.
“What a weird trailer but exactly what I would expect from Almodovar,” one person said.
Another put their thoughts simply: “Ethan and Pedro, what more can you ask for?”
A third said: “This is giving golden era Hollywood dramatic flair mixed with today. Vibrant colours, UGH I wish I was able to go watch this!!!!”
While a fourth wrote: “It’s giving ‘Old Hollywood’ Western. Think, ‘Johnny Guitar’ or any Douglas Sirk melodrama. The intense orchestral music really does make it.”
The movie is set to premier at the Cannes Film Festival next month, and we don’t know about you, but we can’t wait to catch this one when it reaches the cinema!