White Noise | Official Teaser | Netflix

Based on the book by Don DeLillo, a film by Noah Baumbach, starring Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig, WHITE NOISE coming soon to select theaters and Netflix.

At once hilarious and horrifying, lyrical and absurd, ordinary and apocalyptic, White Noise dramatizes a contemporary American family’s attempts to deal with the mundane conflicts of everyday life while grappling with the universal mysteries of love, death, and the possibility of happiness in an uncertain world. Based on the book by Don DeLillo, written for the screen and directed by Noah Baumbach, produced by Noah Baumbach (p.g.a) and David Heyman (p.g.a.). Produced by Uri Singer.

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White Noise | Official Teaser | Netflix



  1. knowing it's netflix seeing the title I assumed this was going to be the typical racist black supremacy media they love to push out

  2. I'll watch this movie because I'm interested in how they adapt Don DeLillo's book to the screen. The trailer, however, doesn't do anything for me or inspire me to want to watch it other than repeating DeLillo's character's inner musings. Adam Driver is always compelling to watch though he hid inside his interior in his most recent role (Gucci). Let's hope this time will be different.. Greta Gerwig is an interesting director who I'm eager to see more from but a rather blasé, amateurish actress, who leans into her blasé amateurish acting as if it's kind of cute a bit overmuch. Apparently some people dig that, though. Agree to disagree. Anyway, hopefully Gerwig's acting doesn't ruin the film for me. Looking forward to seeing the movie when it comes out in the theaters.

  3. So many starving actors with more talent and they cast 3stacks? Outside of his name as an musician Andre is medicore actor.

  4. this looks quite bad, white noise is one of the greatest novels ever written though so i guess as long as they keep the actual story intact it will be serviceable, feels very ironic to adapt this novel though, kind of like adapting infinite jest lol

  5. When I clicked on this trailer I thought I was going to watch a clip of an upcoming Steve Coogan comedy, then I realized it was Adam Driver. Totally different expectation.

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  7. there's 0 chance that this movie touches the greatness of the book…..can already tell by trailer this director missed the point

  8. This will be a tough book to adapt into a movie. There's a lot of humor in the original text that, based on the teaser, I'm afraid might be lost. I just hope they stay in the dark humor genre & don't try to make this a flat-out drama.

  9. For those complaining that the video doesn’t give away enough info – read the description. It’s a “Teaser” – not a “Trailer.” A teaser is a short intro to a film that doesn’t mention the plot. They want to pique your interest, so you’ll look for the trailer & then the movie.
    It’s funny how folks are usually upset the video gave away too much of the film’s plot, & now it’s not enough. I swear people are unhappy & just want to complain.
    You can also find out what the film is about in the description.😊

  10. Coming soon, how dare you provide such an interesting trailer & not provide us with some idea of release date. “Soon” is vague and as ambiguous as eventually. It’s 2022, patience for surprises is quite limited

  11. Take the woke out of postmodernism and what remains is precisely what the title says.

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