Mixing Kate Hudson's 'Cinema Italiano' and Fergie's 'Be Italian', the new trailer exposes how Guido hits the crossroad and is forced to make decisions in his life.
Counting down to the theatrical releases of "Nine", Weinstein Company unleashes a new trailer which is the accumulation of the first two released trailers. If the previous trailers give a taste to the musical scores and pieces sung by Stacy Ferguson aka Fergie and Kate Hudson, this third trailer mixes both of them and adds a hint of plot.
Daniel Day-Lewis' Guido Contini's life as an acclaimed Italian director is exposed along with the nine women surrounding him. Hudson is the American Journalist who has a passion and obsession toward Guido while Marion Cotillard is his devoted wife who is in the know of his affair with Penelope Cruz's character.
Basically, every characters' function, conflict and objectives are teased here like how Judi Dench's Lilli becomes Guido's confidant in pouring his dilemma. However, two characters, that of Fergie and Sophia Loren are not given enough spotlight. The actresses play a whore from Guido's youth and his mother respectively.
Coming from Rob Marshall, "Nine" is a vibrant and provocative musical that follows the life of world famous film director Guido Contini as he reaches a creative and personal crisis of epic proportion, while balancing the numerous women in his life. It will arrive in limited theaters on December 18 and go wide on December 25.