Trailers: Post-Apocalyptic and Parental Meltdowns in New York with ‘The Divide’ and ‘Carnage’; Emily Browning Is a ‘Sleeping Beauty’ - in Lingerie

The Divide

Nine strangers escape a nuclear attack in New York by hiding out in their building’s basement. Trapped for days with no hope of rescue, the tenants of the high-rise apartment descend into madness as paranoia and claustrophobia overcome them in this graphic and violent post-apocalyptic thriller. The Divide stars Michael Biehn, Lauren German and Milo Ventimiglia and arrives in theaters January 13, 2012.
 

 
 
What starts out as a civilized discussion about one child who’s hurt the other in a public park between two pairs of parents spirals into chaos. Jodie Foster, John C. Reilly, Christoph Waltz and Kate Winslet star in Roman Polanski’s dramedy set in contemporary Brooklyn. Carnage hits theaters December 16th.
 

 
 
If you think this is another fairy tale reboot, think again. While the title may be the same, the story isn’t. Emily Browning of Sucker Punch fame stars as a young college student who gets a job as a lingerie waitress. All seems well as she unflinchingly consents to random sexual encounters only to find out she’s being secretly initiated into a strange new world involving absolute submission to her clients via sedation. Sleeping Beauty drifts into theaters October 28th.
 

 
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