Prophecy Is Meaningless In New Brigsby Bear Clips

Prophecy Is Meaningless In New Brigsby Bear Clips

Brigsby Bear looks a weird movie but not in a negative way more in a unique curious way. It wears it’s indie credentials proudly on its sleeve and next Friday you can judge yourself how strange or how unique the movie may be.

We have 2 new clips which let us step into that world be it only for a few minutes. Kyle Mooney plays superfan James, who eventually realises that his one time favourite Kids TV Show is not real. He’s not a kid, but a fully grown adult, cue hard times!


Childhood is when impressionable minds open widest to the mesmerizing power of entertainment. Nearly everyone can recall connecting with a show so completely it feels like a magical world created just for you.

But what if it actually was?

Superfan James is obsessed with the clever if quaintly goofy kids’ show Brigsby Bear to the point of religiosity. A bright, sensitive young adult still living at home, he has grown up with this fantasy series, and the program has grown with him as well — getting more complex over the years. But to say James’ intensely protective parents have kept their son a bit sheltered is an understatement. One dramatic night, James’ insular world is upended. Through the disorienting but sporadically hilarious transition to a new life that follows, Brigsby remains James’ security blanket and, upon learning the series has been cancelled, he adopts the old adage that the show must go on. Family members and authority figures fret over James’ fixation, but by becoming Brigsby Bear’s new creator instead of just a viewer in the dark, he finally accesses all the meaningful connections his life has lacked. By telling his story, James repairs it — producing in the process an inventively offbeat and profoundly uplifting love letter to the redemptive power of creativity.

Related: Celebrate Weirdness In Brigsby Bear UK Trailer

Brigsby Bear will be released in UK and Irish cinemas from 8th December. The movie also stars Beck Bennett, Claire Danes, Mark Hamill, Jorge Lendeborg Jr., Greg Kinnear, Kate Lyn Sheil, Ryan Simpkins, Matt Walsh and Michaela Watkins.

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