WATCH: Vertigo-inducing trailer for Robert Zemeckis' The Walk plus behind-the-scenes featurettes
Published 23/09/2015 | 10:51
The vertigo-inducing trailer for Robert Zemeckis' The Walk has landed and it looks spectacular.
The Walk is based on the true story of French high wire artist Philippe Petite who planned and executed an extremely perilous and illegal wire walk between the World Trade Centre towers in 1974.
Petit, who was the subject of the hugely engaging 2008 documentary Man on Wire, is played in the film by Joseph Gordon Levitt. Also starring are Ben Kinglsey, James Badge Dale, and Charlottte Le Bon.
Here's the spectacular trailer and scroll down for behind-the-scenes featurettes and interviews....
The Man. The Dreamer
Take a look at Philippe Petit’s inspiring story of how his walk went from an “impossible” dream to reality.
Robert Zemeckis discusses how he brought Philippe Petit’s experience of being on the wire to The Walk, offering a new perspective on the event.
A look at how Philippe Petit’s walk was an homage to the magnificent towers, and how this is portrayed on screen.
Meet The Team
The planning for the wire walk required a highly organized team. This vignette takes a look at this group and the cast playing them.