The first official image from director Alexander Payne’s upcoming film Nebraska has landed online. The film marks Payne’s follow-up to 2011’s The Descendants and centers on an aging alcoholic father who decides to take a road trip from Montana to Nebraska to collect what he believes to be a million dollar Publisher’s Clearing House prize. His estranged son reluctantly agrees to accompany his father in order to keep him out of trouble. Bruce Dern and Will Forte star as father and son in the black-and-white road trip film, and Payne shot the entire pic on the road in Nebraska, Montana, Wyoming, and South Dakota—where the film’s story takes place.
Hit the jump to check out the debut image. Nebraska will premiere at the Cannes Film Festival later this month and is slated to open in limited release on November 22nd.
Via USA Today.
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