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So We’ll Definitely Be Watching The Riot Club This Summer…
Starring Sam Claflin, Max Irons and Douglas Booth, the hotly anticipated film shows a darker side of Oxford University
The Riot Clubis shaping up to be one of the hottest films of the year – and we’re not just talking about the fit cast.
We first took notice of this upcoming film in February, back when it was calledPOSH. We weren’t yet sure how the story would play out, but we did know that we were intrigued by its stars.
The Riot Clubis about a group of privileged students at Oxford University, determined to join their school’s infamous society. StarringHunger Gamesactor Sam Claflin,The Host‘s Max Irons and the very handsome Douglas Booth, the line-up of cool up-and-coming British actors was impressive. And when we found outGame of Thrones‘ Natalie Dormer andDownton Abbey‘s Jessica Findlay Brown play opposite these charming lads, we were sold.
Now the first trailer for the film (which hits cinemas 19 Sept.) has been released, and it’s every bit as dark and scandalous as we’d hoped.
Watch below to see what happens when the rich kids don’t get their way.
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