Creepy Trailer for Virus Movie 'Carriers' Starring Chris Pine
Way back before Chris Pine had ever even dreamt of becoming Captain Kirk, he starred in a post-apocalyptic indie thriller called Carriers directed by two Spanish brothers. Paramount Vantage, which no longer exists, has held onto the film ever since it was shot in 2006. They're now finally planning to dump it in theaters this September, most likely because they know that it has some potential after Pine blew everyone away in Star Trek. The first trailer for Carriers has hit and it actually doesn't look half bad. It's hard to tell if it will be any good, but it has a bit of a 28 Days Later feel to it, set in New Mexico rather than London. Check it out!
Watch the first trailer for Àlex and David Pastor's Carriers:
Four friends fleeing a viral pandemic on their way to a secluded beach in Mexico soon learn they are more dangerous than any virus. Carriers stars Chris Pine, Lou Taylor Pucci, Piper Perabo, and Emily VanCamp.
Carriers is both written and directed by Spanish brothers Àlex Pastor and David Pastor, of only a few short films previously. This is their feature directorial debut, although they haven't directed anything else or lined up other projects. It was shot back in 2006 in New Mexico and has been in post-production at Paramount Vantage ever since. Paramount is finally releasing Carriers in limited theaters starting on September 4th.