‘Everest’ Trailer: Jake Gyllenhaal Stars On New Movie Based On A True Story [WATCH VIDEO]

By Anshul Hardikar | 1 year ago
‘Everest’ Trailer: Jake Gyllenhaal Stars On New Movie Based On A True Story [WATCH VIDEO]

They say climbing the mighty Mount Everest is a difficult thing to do and people mean it when they say something like that. Actors Jake Gyllenhaal, Jason Clarke and Josh Brolin must have realized that the hard way when part of their upcoming movie, “Everest” shoot took place in the icy tundra’s of Nepal.

According to Cinema Blend, the latest trailer of their upcoming movie “Everest” has just been released and it looks nothing less of spectacular. The movie is based on a real story about Rob Hall, (played by Jason Clarke from “White House Down”) an instructor to a group of people who want to climb the tallest peak in the world. In the group are Josh Brolin, Jake Gyllenhaal and Sam Worthington’s characters who are driven by the ambition that they can climb the peak and make it on top.


Jason Clarke’s character Rob comes out as a very strong and motivated character who believes in team work and has the ability to carry the team along. So when the situation turns terribly awry, he decided not to leave any of his team member and is determined to save all of them and get them back alive. Keira Knightley plays his wife who can be seen as an expectant mother and hopes for him to be successful and believes that he will emerge as a winner from this situation.

The movie is directed by Baltasar Kormakur and is based on a true story of summiters who set out to conquer the highest peak in the world but unfortunately none of them returned alive. The movie was completely shot in real locations in Italy Alps and Nepal with the entire equipment being transported on donkeys. The movie is expected to hit the theaters on September 18.

Watch the trailer for “Everest” movie starring Jason Clarke, Josh Brolin and Jake Gyllenhaal below.

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