Must Watch: Trailer for Landis & Trank's 'Chronicle' Superpowers Film
"There's nothing stopping us." Holy crap this looks good. Fox has debuted the first official trailer on MTV for Chronicle, a faux-documentary style found-footage flick following three high school friends who gain superpowers from a mysterious substance they find, and the repercussions that arise when they use those powers. This almost feels like a YouTube video come to life, and it makes you go "whoa" the first time you see it, but it looks very impressive and realistic. The cast includes Michael B. Jordan, Alex Russell and Dane DeHaan, and is the co-creation of Max Landis & Josh Trank. You've just GOT to see this trailer!
Watch the first official trailer for Josh Trank & Max Landis' Chronicle, via MTV:
Three high school students and friends make an incredible discovery, leading to them developing uncanny superpowers beyond their understanding. As they learn to control their abilities, and initially use them to their advantage, their lives start to spin out of control, and their darker sides soon begin to take over.
Chronicle is directed by first-time feature filmmaker Josh Trank, of a few episodes of "The Kill Point" TV series. The project was conceived by Trank and Max Landis, son of filmmaker John Landis, both credited for the story, but only Max for the screenplay. 20th Century Fox produced and is releasing Chronicle in theaters everywhere on February 3rd, 2012 early next year. Visit the film on Facebook. So what do you think?