Sofia Coppola’s Marie Antoinette (Columbia, 10.13) won’t be treading in the footsteps of Stanley Kubrick’s Barry Lyndon or Andrzej Wajda’s Danton, if the trailer is a half-honest indicator. Emphasizing the notion that Coppola’s film will be a “stylized” take on Antoinette’s life, the trailer is scored with a song by New Order called “Age of Consent.” Does this mean the whole of Antoinette is going to be scored like A Knight’s Tale and basically be a piece of historical fluff aimed at the women of taste, education and breeding who read Cosmopolitan? I can feel loathing building for this thing already. Coppola’s screenplay is based on Lady Antonia Fraser’s “Marie Antoinette: The Journey,” which I haven’t gotten around to, but the impression is that it’ll basically be a girl movie about what a fun-filled erotic dream palace Versailles was in the 1780s, and how Ms. Antoinette was basically the Paris Hilton of her day. One of the main reasons people went to House of Wax was to see Hilton get killed, and I don’t think I’m alone in saying there will be severe disappointment if Coppola’s fantasist-protagonist, played by Kirsten Dunst, doesn’t get her head cut off at the end…and I really want to see the head falling into the basket, please. (Like in the beheading scenes in the Wajda film…sticky blood soaking the cobblestones.) But I’m a bit worried about this prospect because the trailer doesn’t contain noticable hint of that pesky French revolution brewing outside the gates. Dunst’s costars are Jason Schwartzman (as King Louis XVI), Rip Torn (King Louis XV), Judy Davis (Comtesse de Noailles), plus Asia Argento, Marianne Faithfull, Steve Coogan, Shirley Henderson, et. al.