‘A Private War’ Trailer: Rosamund Pike Stars as War Correspondent Marie Colvin

Oscar nominee Rosamund Pike (Gone Girl) stars as journalist Marie Colvin in the dramatic film A Private War based on true events. The Aviron Pictures release just unveiled a new trailer featuring Pike as the acclaimed war correspondent and Jamie Dornan (the Fifty Shades of Grey films) as photographer Paul Conroy.

In addition to Rosamund Pike and Jamie Dornan, the cast includes Stanley Tucci and Tom Hollander. Matthew Heineman directed from a screenplay by Arash Amel, based on Marie Brenner’s 2012 Vanity Fair article “Marie Colvin’s Private War.”

A Private War was produced by Basil Iwanyk, Marissa McMahon, Matthew George, Matthew Heineman, and Charlize Theron. The behind the scenes team includes director of photography Robert Richardson, editor Nick Fenton, and production designer Sophie Becher, with music by H. Scott Salinas.

A Private War will bow in New York and Los Angeles on November 2, 2018. The film will expand in wide release on November 16th.

The A Private War Plot: In a world where journalism is under attack, Marie Colvin (Rosamund Pike) is one of the most celebrated war correspondents of our time. Colvin is an utterly fearless and rebellious spirit, driven to the frontlines of conflicts across the globe to give voice to the voiceless, while constantly testing the limits between bravery and bravado. After being hit by a grenade in Sri Lanka, she wears a distinctive eye patch and is still as comfortable sipping martinis with London’s elite as she is confronting dictators.

Colvin sacrifices loving relationships, and over time, her personal life starts to unravel as the trauma she’s witnessed takes its toll. Yet, her mission to show the true cost of war leads her – along with renowned war photographer Paul Conroy (Jamie Dornan) – to embark on the most dangerous assignment of their lives in the besieged Syrian city of Homs.

A Private War stars Rosamund Pike and Jamie Dornan
Rosamund Pike and Jamie Dornan star in ‘A Private War.’