By Jeff Labrecque
July 25, 2011 at 07:06 PM EDT

There are several things that immediately jump out in the trailer for Main Street, the late Horton Foote‘s last screenplay. One, Orlando Bloom’s mustache. Let’s just say Sam Elliott’s soup-strainer has nothing to worry about. Two, Colin Firth is just as charming with a Tobacco Road accent. And three, why is a movie with all these stars premiering On Demand more than a month (Aug. 5) before it shows up in theaters (Sept. 9)? The film, directed by newcomer John Doyle and shot in 2009, tells the story of a run-down North Carolina city that gets a boost when an out-of-town corporation offers to put its dilapidated old buildings to use. Give the trailer a look below.

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