After politicians accused her of making a movie that would help President Obama's case for reelection, Kathryn Bigelow bumped her new movie Zero Dark Thirty to a post-election release date of December 15, though there's now a teaser trailer for the secretive, controversial thriller. EW has the fast-paced, not exactly footage-packed clip, and while there's enough there to get a sense of the plot — this is the inside story of the mission to kill Osama bin Laden — you get precious few glimpses of the actors, and it's not clear whether Bigelow's approach is going to recall Paul Greengrass's fact-based United 93, her own Best Picture winner The Hurt Locker, or something else entirely. Still: This is the teaser for Kathryn Bigelow's new movie! Kyle Chandler and Jessica Chastain are in it! We're onboard.
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