Mumbai, 19th September 2023 (Newshelpline) - Sony Pictures drops the official trailer for a western classic titled Butcher's Crossing, a frontier epic about an Ivy League drop-out as he travels deep into the Colorado wilderness, where he joins a team of buffalo hunters on a journey that puts his life and sanity at risk.
Adapted from the highly acclaimed novel by John Williams. The film stars Nicolas Cage, Fred Hechinger, Xander Berkeley, Rachel Keller, Jeremy Bobb and Paul Raci.
Based on the seminal novel by John Edward Williams, Gabe Polsky’s epic frontier adventure, Butcher’s Crossing, is a riveting commentary on human nature, ambition, masculinity, and man’s relationship to his natural environment.
Nicolas Cage stars in a gritty story about buffalo hunters in the Old West. Will Andrews (Fred Hechinger) has left Harvard to find adventure. He teams up with Miller (Cage), a mysterious frontiersman offering an unprecedented number of buffalo pelts in a secluded valley.
Their crew must survive an arduous journey where the harsh elements will test everyone’s resolve, leaving their sanity on a knife's edge.
Helmed by Gabe Polsky, the screenplay is written by Gabe Polsky and Liam Satre-Meloy, the film is slated for 20th October 2023 release.
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