The new Fences movie trailer promises that Viola Davis might just have the chances to say voila at the Oscars.
The trailer, fresh out of the studio into the YouTube, didn’t damn the hype and curiosity that were built around Denzel Washington-directed movie, which is an adaption of the famed August Wilson play set in the 1950.
Washington plays Troy Maxson, a working class former baseball player “busting his butt” every morning to provide for his family in Pittsburgh. Davis plays his wife Rose, who gets torn by the father-son spat.
The teaser begins with a question most hormone-ravaged teenagers like to ask their father: “Hey pop, how come you never liked me”?
And boy, that is fire to the wick: “Like you? what law is there say I got to like you”. And then he lists out what parents do usually: List out a list of the benefits they get for free because of them.
The trailer manages to ask your brain to pump out more adrenaline with its acerbic and badass conversation that Troy has with his teenage son.
Jesus, Fences is expected to hit the theaters in the US on December 25.