First Look Trailer for ‘The Cowboy & The Samurai’ with Jamie Costa
by Alex Billington
August 12, 2022
“Two Hollywood hellrasiers, stuck in a house… then what happens?” Only one strategy to discover! What do we’ve got right here…? A 30-second official trailer has popped up for a movie titled The Cowboy and The Samurai, made by the YouTube channel The Lewis Brothers. Is it only a quick movie or did they make a complete function? The Lewis Brothers are often a comedy group making humorous movies, however this seems to be like a full-on dramatic function. The Cowboy and The Samurai is a fictional function impressed by the true story of the making of a 1978 comedy titled Goin’ South, a western directed by and starring Jack Nicholson. Apparently towards his producers needs he forged John Belushi in a co-starring function and, because the voiceover signifies, two Hollywood dangerous boys acquired into every kind of bother. Jamie Costa performs Nicholson (although he seems to be precisely like Robin Williams) and Sandy Danto performs Belushi. There’s not a lot footage, however I’ll be damned if I’m not bought on this. It seems to be like knowledgeable function and the performances are spot on, no less than on this trailer. Get a glance.
Here’s the primary official trailer for The Lewis Brothers’ The Cowboy and The Samurai, from YouTube:
In 1978, world famend film star, Jack Nicholson, made his directorial debut, a western known as Goin’ South. Against the recommendation of his producers, he forged up and coming comic John Belushi. Based on a real story… type of. The Cowboy and The Samurai is directed by comic / filmmaker Jake Lewis, one half of “The Lewis Brothers”, who run a YouTube channel – “a sketch comedy group comprised of Jake Lewis, Sam Lewis and Jenna Socha.” The screenplay is written by Jake and Sam Lewis. Edited by Jenna Socha. With cinematography by Emil Gurvin. The YouTube channel says that the “full movie [is] coming quickly to The Lewis Brothers channel.” No actual launch date is listed, however you’ll be able to subscribe and comply with the channel and wait for updates from them. And discover a copy of Goin’ South to look at within the meantime. First impression? Thoughts?