After a year's delay and numerous reports that the first trailer for Steven Spielberg's West Side Story remake would air during the 93rd Academy Awards, aka the Oscars, the teaser trailer is finally here! Even though it is a remake, it seems that Spielberg might be keeping quite a few things close to the original. The new version will be released on December 10, 2021, exclusively in theatres. Let's take a look at the long-awaited trailer...West Side Story storyline
West Side Story began as a musical created by Arthur Laurents, Stephen Sondheim and Leonard Bernstein as a modern take on William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. The story is set in 1950s New York and it follows two rival street gangs, the Jets and the Sharks, who from different ethnic backgrounds. This particular adaptation of the Broadway musical was a huge success, winning 10 Academy Awards, so even a great filmmaker like Steven Spielberg will have the bar set high.
It has been a whopping 50 years since anyone has attempted to remake the musical, but the new remake promises to bring back the story in a new way. The movie will be led by a young fresh of fresh air with a diverse cast, including Baby Driver star Ansel Elgort as Tony and newcomer Rachel Zegler as Maria. These two will take centre stage of the love story in West Side Story and the cast will also include Ariana DeBose as Anita, David Alvarez as Bernardo, Mike Faist as Riff, Corey Stoll and Brian D'Arcy as police officers, and original West Side Story movie star Rita Moreno as Valentina.
Let's talk about the trailer
The first trailer for the West Side Story doesn't seem to give much away, but we can take a glimpse of what is to come. Even though the story is a musical, there seems to be a lack of emphasis on the music as the whole trailer seems to be a flashback of events that transpired to the tune of "Somewhere". There are small hints about the similarities that the remake will have with the original, showing off the sassy ladies and warm-hearted gents, but it holds back on revealing how Spielberg plans to stage the singing/dancing sequences. The trailer opens with the eerie prolonged introduction of Steven Spielberg, which leaves us wondering will it feel like a musical or will it be overshadowed by Spielberg's traditional movie style.
West Side Story is set to release in theatres on December 10. It was originally scheduled to premiere in December of last year but was delayed until 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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