A dinner takes a dark turn. Check out the official trailer of The Menu, coming out in theaters on November 18th! It is also set to have its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival next month.
Check out the behind-the-scenes video featuring Nicholas and Elle for their Entertainment Weekly cover shoot! They also talked about the new season of The Great in the short interview. Then head over to our gallery for outtakes and screencaps from the cover shoot!
Sorry for the late update, the full official trailer for the new season of The Great has been released! It will premiere on November 19th only on Hulu. I have also updated the gallery with screencaps of Nicholas from the trailer.
Jaeger-LeCoultre has released a new short film, The Turning Point, which is a collaboration with Nicholas. Check out the film below, and the official photos in our gallery!
Coinciding with 90 years of Reverso, Jaeger-LeCoultre has released a new short film, The Turning Point, in collaboration with British actor Nicholas Hoult – a friend of the Maison since 2017.
Filmed in Switzerland by French director and cinematographer Théo Gottlieb, it is a quietly beautiful reflection on life’s turning points – with the Reverso as an allegory for those pivotal moments that determine whether we remain as we are or ‘turn’ and go further.
The narrative follows Nicholas through the process of an audition, contrasting moments of intense focus as he prepares to go onstage, with periods of calm reflection amid the forests of the Vallée de Joux. As the film moves between the two settings, the actor flips the Reverso Tribute Duoface Tourbillon on his wrist to reveal its second, contrasting face. The second time zone on the reverse side subtly underlines the sense of reaching a new point.
These turning points are the essence of who we really are – the transcendent moments in our life’s journey that take us from where and what we are, to reveal what we can become. The moments when everything clicks beautifully into place – symbolised by the gentle and satisfying click of the Reverso as it locks into its new position.
Moving at a gentle pace through visually beguiling settings, the film explores abstraction and reality, nature and the man-made – revealing the beauty of each, and capturing the essence of the Reverso.
The Reverso Tribute Duoface Tourbillon was chosen for this film because it so perfectly embodies the Manufacture’s never-ending quest for excellence and innovation. Uniting a flying tourbillon with the Duoface concept for the first time, it elevated the Reverso to a new level of refinement and sophistication, both technically and aesthetically.
For Nicholas, the Reverso has a special appeal: “The two faces really express my life: the character I play when I work, and the person I am when I’m not working.”
Speaking of turning points in his own life, Nicholas emphasises the power of focus and discipline, balanced by pivotal moments of quiet reflection: “Being immersed in nature – walking in the woods, or going surfing – puts me into a state of peace, where I feel at one with the world. I come back refreshed, revitalised and ready to get back into action.”
In this new film, the turning of the Reverso symbolises every such pivotal moment – and, in doing so, is an exquisite celebration of our human potential.
During this year’s TCA presentation, Hulu has announced that the new season of The Great will premiere on November 19th! They also released a short teaser and the official synopsis for the second season. Huzzah!
“Catherine finally takes the Russian throne for her own — but if she thought coup-ing her husband was difficult, it’s nothing compared to the realities of liberating a country that doesn’t want to be. She’ll battle her court, her team, even her own mother (played by guest star Gillian Anderson) in a bid to bring the Enlightenment to Russia. Meanwhile, she’ll also battle her heart as Peter slowly transitions from a much-hated husband to a prisoner? Ally? Lover? Ultimately, Catherine will learn that to change a country, you must let it change you, that there is a fine line between idealism and delusion, and that becoming ‘Great’ will ask more of her than she could have imagined.”