Published: Tue, September 12, 2017
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

Matt Damon Shrinks Down in first 'Downsizing' Trailer

Matt Damon Shrinks Down in first 'Downsizing' Trailer

Paramount Pictures released the first movie trailer for "Downsizing" this week, a sci-fi dramedy that is set to hit theaters this winter.

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Norwegian scientists have made a breakthrough, figuring out how to shrink people to a fraction of their size. Paul (Matt Damon) and his wife Audrey (Kristen Wiig) have been going through some financial difficulties, but feel that they can make the best of their future by shrinking themselves and moving to Leisureland, the new downsized society.

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Of his role as the everyman whose life changes so drastically, Damon told the Venice press, "I love that it shows a relatable character whose life is different than our own but who we can find a common cause with".

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When you "downsize", a modest $52,000 translates to $12.5 million, which allows everyone to live like tiny kings. "We have the best houses; the best restaurants". "It's like winning the lottery, every day", a poster in the trailer reads. Like numerous successful films at TIFF, it also relies heavily on an excellent ensemble that includes Kristen Wiig, Christoph Waltz, and, most notably, Hong Chau. And that sounds pretty great, especially knowing the kind of sharp comedy writer-director Alexander Payne has brought to films like Election and Sideways.

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