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Beautiful Creatures

Trailer Talk: Beautiful Creatures is Dark, Dreamy, Supernatural

Beautiful Creatures

Alden Ehrenreich and Alice Englert of Beautiful Creatures | Warner Bros.

Beautiful Creatures” lands in theaters Feb. 14, 2013. It’s a Valentine story with a dark twist.

A supernatural love story set in the South, “Beautiful Creatures” tells the tale of two star-crossed lovers: Ethan (Alden Ehrenreich), a young man longing to escape his small town, and Lena (Alice Englert), a mysterious new girl.

Together, they uncover dark secrets about their respective families, their history and their town. It sounds dark and dreamy. And what a great cast, including Emma Thompson with a southern accent and Jeremy Irons being … awesome Jeremy Irons.

Based on the novel by Kami Garcia, “Beautiful Creatures” is directed by Richard LaGravenese (he wrote the screenplay for “Water for Elephants”) and also stars Emmy Rossum, Jeremy Irons, Emma Thompson and Viola Davis. It’s rated PG-13 for violence, scary images and some sexual material.

Take a look at the trailer and tell us your thoughts in the comments below.

Cameron West

When not playing Settlers of Catan with his buddies, Cameron West loves watching Family Guy, Archer and Dual Survival, and has a special fondness for all things Walter Bishop. He’s also a big fan of movies directed by Martin Scorsese, Stanley Kubrick and Clint Eastwood.

Cameron West has written posts on Reel Life With Jane.


  1. Melanie Votaw

    Yes, Jeremy Irons wouldn’t know how to NOT be awesome.

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