While Carl Rove and George W. Bush discuss campaign strategies in the new clip of the biopic, actress Elizabeth Banks speaks out about her Laura Bush role in the flick through a featurette.
Before "W" makes its debut in the big screen this coming Friday, fans can catch another preview to the Oliver Stone's biopic though a clip and a featurette. The clip entitled "Trust" presents the time when Karl Rove and George W. Bush sit down to talk about their campaign strategies. In it, it can also be seen how Bush comes out with a counter argument to the accusations thrown in front of him.
On the new featurette, it contains the interview with actress Elizabeth Banks who plays Laura Bush in the movie as well as several never-before-seen footage focusing on her portrayal of Laura. In the interview, the 34-year-old actress discusses about the experience working with co-star Josh Brolin and others. She also points out what the movie is all about. Both of the clip and featurette can be enjoyed below.
Written by Stone and Stanley Weiser, this biopic promises to present viewers with Bush's struggles and triumphs in life, how he finds his wife and faith and also what leads him up to decide on invading Iraq. It stars also Ellen Burstyn, James Cromwell, Thandie Newton, Toby Jones, Richard Dreyfuss, Jeffrey Wright and Scott Glenn among others. The drama flick is set to be released in theaters on October 17.
- Clip: Trust
- Elizabeth Banks Interview: