'Marriage Story' trailer stars Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson

Netflix’s Marriage Story Debuts Companion Teaser Trailers

Netflix’s Marriage Story Debuts Companion Teaser Trailers

Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver are bringing "he said, she said" to a whole new level in Noah Baumbach's upcoming drama film Marriage Story.

In a brilliant marketing technique, the movie trailer was released in "his and her" versions, sharing both Nicole and Charlie's reasons why they love each other and both ending with a shot of them in a courtroom and saying that they both needed to talk.

While the bulk of the plot is right there in the title, the new narrative from Oscar-nominee Baumbach sees Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver playing a married couple whose relationship is on the rocks. "She's a mother who plays - really plays".

The 35-year-old Girls alum says as Charlie: "What I love about Nicole - she's a great dancer, infectious". She gives great presents. "She's competitive. She knows when to push me and when to leave me alone".

'It's nearly annoying how much he likes it, ' Scarlett says as Nicole.

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So, yeah, now that you feel as if someone punched you in the chest and you want to cry, you can understand why everyone suddenly began talking about the movie today. He's a great dresser. "He rarely gets defeated, which I feel like I always do".

Both trailers end with the same scenes: Driver and Johansson looking solemn in a courthouse before switching to the two sitting on opposite sides of a living room.

"I don't know how to start", Charlie finally says as the trailers ends. The film will make its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival later this month, with screenings also set for the Toronto International Film Festival in September and the New York Film Festival in October.

The cast also includes Laura Dern, Alan Alda, Ray Liotta, Mark O'Brien, and Julie Hagerty. The dual (and dueling) trailers for Marriage Story each tell a bit about one character from the other's perspective, accompanied by a set of conflicting character posters.

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