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Watch: Cameron Diaz & Penelope Cruz Chat In Clip From Ridley Scott’s ‘The Counselor’ Plus New Pics

Watch: Cameron Diaz & Penelope Cruz Chat In Clip From Ridley Scott's 'The Counselor' Plus New Pics

Even though we’re just about a month away from Ridley Scott‘s “The Counselor,” it’s still held under a bit of a veil of mystery. With no festival appearances to boost the buzz, and limited promo material, the star-studded thriller based on a script by Cormac McCarthy still has a lot kept under wraps. Today, a further peek at one of the characters provides a small preview of what’s to come.

WWD has a little profile on Cameron Diaz and her costuming, along with some new snaps to highlight her turn in the film. “Malkina has no humanity. She’s soulless. Her world is very, very dark so she wants to wear a facade to deflect all of that,” Diaz says about her character.

“Ridley said, ‘You make fashion for a woman who wants to be seen’ and that’s exactly who Cameron’s character Malkina is,” says Paula Thomas of Thomas Wylde whose clothes provided Malkina with her wardrobe. “Not that many roles get written for women who have this kind of power. I was surprised Cameron was cast in the role, but she completely immersed herself and I think audiences will see a side of her they’ve never seen before.”  

So take a look at Diaz strutting her bad self below, and you can see her, Javier Bardem‘s crazy hair and more when “The Counselor” opens on October 25th. Check out a new clip via Digital Spy below.

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javi

Some guy in IMDB has seen the movie and said it's really good (B+). Worse than No Country and Diaz very good in her role…

CB

I think it looks really good and exciting, but with Sir Ridley Scott at the helm it can end up as a mixed bag. Haven't been truly impressed by his last few efforts.. I just hope he pulls his shït together and makes a mean, artistic comeback in the vein of The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, No Country for Old Men and Breaking Bad; a dark, disturbing, yet thematically rich genre piece with fascinating characters and complex moral dilemmas. I really want this to be great.

Seb

I've got a bad feeling about this

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