A new international trailer -- the longest and most revealing yet -- for Ridley Scott's upcoming film The Counselor was released this week.

The film stars Michael Fassbender, Brad Pitt, Cameron Diaz, Javier Bardem and Penelope Cruz.

Fassbender reunites with the Prometheus director for the story adaptation of a Cormac McCarthy screenplay, which is also known to be the first original screenplay by the author. The story is about a respected lawyer, referred to only as the counselor (Fassbender), who gets embroiled in the business of drug trafficking. McCarthy has said that the script focuses on the lawyer trying his hand in the drug business and grappling with his due comeuppance.

The film's title is spelled with two Ls in this trailer, keeping international audiences in mind. The clip starts with an emphatic proposal ("I intend to love you until I die") by Fassbender's character to his lover, played by Cruz. Things seem to spiral out of control right after that as the counselor gets in over his head when he enters the drug trade.

The Counselor will be Bardem's second time playing a character in a film based on McCarthy's work. Before this he played Anthun Chighur, the cold-blooded assassin in No Country for Old Men.

The new film also features Dean Norris, Rosie Perez, John Leguizamo, Natalie Dormer, and Goran Visnjic. The Counselor will release in the U.S. on Oct. 25 and the U.K. on Nov. 15.

Watch the trailer below.