The Tragedy of Macbeth First Look

The Tragedy of Macbeth First Look

Joel Coen is striking out on his own for a change with The Tragedy of Macbeth, a new adaptation of the William Shakespeare play. Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand star in the tale of corrupting ambition, and the flick has just been announced as the opening night film at the 59th New York Film Festival. This news comes with a first-look photo showcasing some stunning, noir-like cinematography from Bruno Delbonnel. The Tragedy of Macbeth First Look I was already all-in on The Tragedy of Macbeth, but this first-look image has me even more enthralled. Look at that! It’s gorgeous. It resembles the black and white cinematography of the Coen Brothers movie The Man Who Wasn’t There, but that was shot by Roger Deakins, whereas this film has Bruno Delbonnel (The Ballad of Buster Scruggs) behind the lens. And Macbeth isn’t a Coen Brothers movie, either. Instead, Joel Coen is working on his own here, which is a first. This image comes with the news that The Tragedy of Macbeth will make its World Premiere at the 59th New York Film …
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