All About Nina — Official Trailer


added: Wed, Aug 15th '18

Mary Elizabeth Winstead plays a hard-drinking stand-up comedian who is trying to improve her dating life in the official trailer for "All About Nina."

The "10 Cloverfield Lane" actress, who last year earned accolades for her supporting turn on Season 3 of FX's hit series "Fargo," delivers what appears to be a strong, sensitive performance as an emotionally wounded New York comedienne named Nina Geld.

Ready to move past her checkered dating history, Nina relocates to Los Angeles for a fresh start, only to engage in a romantic relationship with an empathetic and honest divorcee (played by rapper-turned-actor Common). But soon that relationship is thrown into turmoil when Nina's past comes back to haunt her.

Written and directed by first-time feature filmmaker Eva Vives (co-writer of 2002's indie film "Raising Victor Vargas"), "All About Nina" co-stars Chace Crawford, Clea DuVall, Kate del Castillo, and Beau Bridges. The film is slated for a limited theatrical release beginning September 28th.

Nina Geld (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) is an up-and-coming comedian in New York City. She's funny, smart and has worked hard to build a career for herself in the male-dominated world of stand-up. But when it comes to romantic relationships, Nina's life is a mess. Random guys in bars, abusive married men (Chace Crawford), and an inability to stand up for herself finally convince Nina it's time for a change. She packs up and moves to Los Angeles, for a once in a lifetime opportunity to audition for Comedy Prime -- the end all, be all of late night comedy. After killing it in Los Angeles, she meets chill contractor Rafe Hines (Common), who tempts the brash New Yorker into considering commitment. Sublimating her own desire to self-destruct, Nina has to answer the question, once and for all, of whether women can indeed have it all.


directed by   Eva Vives

starring   Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Common, Chace Crawford, Clea DuVall, Kate del Castillo, Beau Bridges

release date   September 28, 2018 (in select theaters)

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