1917 - Official Trailer [HD]

  • Published on Aug 1, 2019
  • 1917
    In Theaters December
    Sam Mendes, the Oscar®-winning director of Skyfall, Spectre and American Beauty, brings his singular vision to his World War I epic, 1917.
    At the height of the First World War, two young British soldiers, Schofield (Captain Fantastic’s George MacKay) and Blake (Game of Thrones’ Dean-Charles Chapman) are given a seemingly impossible mission. In a race against time, they must cross enemy territory and deliver a message that will stop a deadly attack on hundreds of soldiers-Blake’s own brother among them.
    1917 is directed by Sam Mendes, who wrote the screenplay with Krysty Wilson-Cairns (Showtime’s Penny Dreadful). The film is produced by Mendes and Pippa Harris (co-executive producer, Revolutionary Road; executive producer, Away We Go) for their Neal Street Productions, Jayne-Ann Tenggren (co-producer, The Rhythm Section; associate producer, Spectre), Callum McDougall (executive producer, Mary Poppins Returns, Skyfall) and Brian Oliver (executive producer, Rocketman; Black Swan).
    The film is produced by Neal Street Productions for DreamWorks Pictures in association with New Republic Pictures. Universal Pictures will release the film domestically in limited release on December 25, 2019 and wide on January 10, 2020. Universal and Amblin Partners will distribute the film internationally, with eOne distributing on behalf of Amblin in the U.K.
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Comments • 10 510

  • Red Baron
    Red Baron 5 hours ago

    So both sides have been shelling each other for 3 years, but the battlefield still looks green and fresh?

  • Kolokommuna
    Kolokommuna 7 hours ago

    Am I the only one who wish to see the eastern front that year?

    Also, Lenin is my daddy

  • Mapuia Pachuau
    Mapuia Pachuau 9 hours ago


    BRADYLA 11 hours ago +1

    This movie will be dropping in December of 1917 and a Christmas truce will be forged between the central powers and the allies just to watch this movie

  • Ernor
    Ernor 12 hours ago

    1,600 men is pretty small potatoes in The Great War. The British lost that many in the opening minutes of The Somme.

  • Darek Hareza
    Darek Hareza 14 hours ago

    Battlefield 1 is the father of 1917 movie

  • LostInPA
    LostInPA 15 hours ago

    Looks cool.

  • bobo dodoo
    bobo dodoo 16 hours ago

    а где же ЛЕНИН?

  • Charles Garrett
    Charles Garrett 19 hours ago

    I believe it's the battle of Cambrai

  • SomewhereFarBeyond29
    SomewhereFarBeyond29 20 hours ago

    Tommen fucking Baratheon.

  • Carlos Pineiro
    Carlos Pineiro Day ago


  • Peter Parker
    Peter Parker Day ago

    Teacher : Today we'll be learning about world war 1
    The whole class :

  • skeletøn clique

    Now. Im waiting.
    Time is the enemy

  • ElDariAT
    ElDariAT Day ago

    So, when is 1917 2 comming?

  • Bee Waifu
    Bee Waifu Day ago

    1917? Are we going to see the tanks?

  • Etin74
    Etin74 Day ago

    but why rush across the battlefield?

  • Muhammad Imran Abbas

    India ja ja Kashmir se nikal ja modi bohat bara Terrorist RSS he

  • Kelp Farming
    Kelp Farming Day ago +1

    Yes...another movie where Jews, blacks and 6ays arent paraded around like they did everything. WE ALL KNOW who won the war. AS for the connivers and thieves who instigated it..well, take a look at Iran today. Same old sht

  • Phantom Krieger
    Phantom Krieger Day ago +1

    We did it Captain Blackadder we survived the Great War of 1914-1917.

  • Rhys Clark Film & Media

    man, cant believe this franchise got 1916 sequels, they should have ended it after jesus died and they replaced all the original cast a movie later and retconned his death

  • Ian Fenwick
    Ian Fenwick 2 days ago

    Ram Ranch 1917: Written and directed by Shawn Mendes.

  • Angel
    Angel 2 days ago +1

    Trench warfare is one of the nastiest forms of battle we've engaged in. They were filled with vermin and disease. A psychological battle of attrition, with little yields over expensure. It became obsolete due to the first tanks being used. It was at this time when they coined the term "shell shocked", which later became known as PTSD. We were first-hand witnessing the horrors of war on a massive, relentless scale. The further development of weapons, artillery, aircraft, and chemical warfare. Respects to those brave soldiers (people like you and I) who served and who were thrown into the face of adversity. May we never forget those who have layed down their life for us, and our respective idealogies.

  • Fortress22
    Fortress22 2 days ago

    Actually looks good wtf

  • MediaMatters IsMyCockHolster

    Just imagine how much better the world would be if you took every anti-American Democrat running for president and every whackjob blue haired Social Justice Warrior supporting them and everyone who works at CNN/MSNBC/ETC propagandizing for them, and everyone working at the social media tech companies censoring for them.. and took em all back in time to Verdun, and dropped right into the middle of No-Man's Land. They could all bitch about how misogynistic the term 'no man's land' is, before they all got blown to hell.

  • Tiago Volpato
    Tiago Volpato 2 days ago

    Cinematography by
    Roger Deakins. OH BOY!

  • Артем Артем
    Артем Артем 2 days ago +1

    увидев название фильма, я сначала о другом историческом событии подумал!

  • Roald Shakleton
    Roald Shakleton 2 days ago

    There's a lesson wedged in there somewhere, but it's all so tragically sad. Personally, I'm full.

  • Harinder Bawa
    Harinder Bawa 2 days ago

    Another war movie Sir Spielberg plays his part @ Mr specialist goes again .. A Golden Thumbs up to background score too..

  • Venu Sabbani
    Venu Sabbani 2 days ago +1

    Since 200 years USA is still doing wars for supremacy, looting, weapon business and now they kill themselves with mass shootings on streets and public areas.

  • Joshua 23
    Joshua 23 2 days ago

    Dunkirk 2

  • Samar Vora
    Samar Vora 2 days ago

    So the poor old ostrich died for nothing.

  • Lee Everett
    Lee Everett 2 days ago +1

    My dream is for a horror movie to be made based in WW1. The plot would be a shell shocked soldier in the trenches at night, with monsters chasing him and being around corners. In his mind, his men are being torn apart one by one by these monsters.

    • Cameron Shell
      Cameron Shell 6 hours ago

      Two Movies already exist in that Genre: Deathwatch (2002) and Trench 11 (2017)

  • Chazy Swpon
    Chazy Swpon 2 days ago

    why these shots are looking so good? its Sam Mendes and Roger Deakins !!!!!

  • Film Toppings
    Film Toppings 2 days ago

    Also didn't Benedict Cumberbatch already die during the events of War Horse. How is he still alive towards the end of WWI 😂

  • Film Toppings
    Film Toppings 2 days ago

    Colin Firth: Welcome, my soldiers, to the Kingsman.

  • Julbombning
    Julbombning 2 days ago

    Finally some history-based movies after a decade of super hero blockbusting nonsense.
    Just please don't screw it up with cliché writing.

  • 29 DY
    29 DY 3 days ago

    Cinematography is top notch, shots are beautiful, amazing cast.. this is going strong for awards season. I'm interested.

  • Richard Baranowski
    Richard Baranowski 3 days ago

    Looks like a cool movie. Definitely interested in seeing it.

    • Visuals For You
      Visuals For You 3 days ago

      Apparently it's edited to look like one shot too. That'd be awesome, especially with the cinematographer Roger Deakins that worked on it.

  • Daniel Rodriguez
    Daniel Rodriguez 3 days ago

    In 5 days area 51 raid be like. 00:01. 👀🔥🔥

  • Lord Deer
    Lord Deer 3 days ago +18

    This must be a huge franchise that I just completely missed. 1,917 movies already?

  • Sagar Rao
    Sagar Rao 3 days ago

    Why does this feel like Dunkirk

  • Sukacita Yeremia
    Sukacita Yeremia 4 days ago

    I bet the same general had sent the Battalion for the attack, and is making the order sound so crucial so that the boy would do it for him, saving his face and career.

  • Rick Filmz
    Rick Filmz 4 days ago

    So Benedict Cumberbatch character from War Horse is escaped or freed by his own men from the Germans.

  • Get to Da Choppa
    Get to Da Choppa 4 days ago

    Ya, but dey got No Choppa's.
    Dey need to "Get To Da Choppa"

  • Someone yeetus
    Someone yeetus 4 days ago +49

    Battlefield 1 was so popular they made a movie about it

    • Josh Greene
      Josh Greene 9 hours ago

      I didn’t know it until recently but they even made a real war out of it! Who knew?

    • Saigonas
      Saigonas Day ago +1

      Yeah. Bad thing EA stopped updating it.
      BF1 > BFV

    • Fortress22
      Fortress22 2 days ago +1

      I know right

  • bushy
    bushy 4 days ago

    somebody tell this guy he is going the wrong fucking way please

  • l__o__n__e__ w__o__l__f

    Promising trailer can't wait for the movie..

  • Alex Kaczmarczyk
    Alex Kaczmarczyk 5 days ago +2

    1917 was when my great great uncle was born he is still alive today

  • Agent_Ocelot
    Agent_Ocelot 5 days ago +1

    Hey, I guessed it right! This is about the Third Battle of Ypres, otherwise known as the Battle of Passchendaele. If this sticks to historical accuracy, this movie will not have a happy ending.

  • Daniel Rodriguez
    Daniel Rodriguez 5 days ago +1

    If u fail 1,600 men die ....
    Good luck 👀

  • Charles Velten
    Charles Velten 5 days ago

    Now Hollywood has to do justice. For the men who served in Korea and Vietnam !

  • KSA الحربي
    KSA الحربي 5 days ago

    فيلم عجيب وممتع

  • Joe Redfield
    Joe Redfield 6 days ago

    From....Christopher Nolan.

    Director of Dunkirk.

  • Doyle Jart Benigno
    Doyle Jart Benigno 6 days ago

    Tbh i always love Ww2 or Ww1 movies more

  • fiddlemastr jay
    fiddlemastr jay 6 days ago

    Oh boy, I can't wait to miss this piece of liberal Hollywood trash. They'll never know what it is like to lose their jobs, or worry about how their going to pay the rent, or feed the cats. They charge outrageous prices for propaganda, and then lecture us on how we need to give more. I HATE YOU WITH PURE HATRED!!! BOYCOTT HOLLYWOOD!!!!

    • Atlas
      Atlas 2 days ago

      Are you like mentally okay? What the fuck is wrong with you?

    • Richard Ellis
      Richard Ellis 6 days ago

      ok... I disagree a bit but I hope you are alright there, mate.

  • camtwan1
    camtwan1 7 days ago

    When are they gonna make a movie about the reasons behind these wars? Or the people who profited off them? Ohhh that’s right, they own the world, and that was their goal

  • JV The Kiing
    JV The Kiing 7 days ago

    How did we not recognize Dean-Charles lol

  • Tamar Mulan
    Tamar Mulan 7 days ago

    Jim moriarty and Sherlock reunion , robb Stark and tommen baratheon reunion :')

  • Not Here
    Not Here 7 days ago +1

    im glad we are getting a ww1 movie and not a ww2 movie.... even though it would of been nice if they did it on the 100th year anniversary instead of a year after the war ended.... i also wish they base it on a battle about both sides and not about 1 guy saving everyone in the war lol.

  • Julius Schwencke
    Julius Schwencke 7 days ago

    ...another awful film pandering to someone's cinematic notion of what warfare is. This time it's set in the 1914-18 period, for no other reason, than to place the plot cinematically, if not tragically. Charging over an open field, with not a spool of defensive barbed wire in sight, is some director's idea of capturing the futility of war. Peter Jackson's wonderful work of doctoring original first world war footage, has spoilt it for us. These are real participants in a tragic episode of world history, not male extras hired for the movie, who all look like models. Following in the footsteps of Dunkirk. An equally pointless movie, with enough Hollywood fabrication to destroy any belief, that a war movie can be made without being spoilt by poor editing and equally poor storyline. Maybe Danger Close, can save the day.

    • Julius Schwencke
      Julius Schwencke 2 days ago

      @Atlas ...must be nuclear tipped, air burst artillery shells, cos there ain't no sign of the misplaced wire, neither are there any shell craters. Fantastic technology for such an age. It's those Germans again!

    • Atlas
      Atlas 2 days ago

      Wow, maybe its that war isn't all Michael Bay movies? Maybe there is some futility in war? And fyi, there wouldn't be any defensive barbed wire in the first place, thats the point of artillery. One of their main functions was to clear obstacles like barbed wire.

    • Izaiah Florés
      Izaiah Florés 6 days ago