Must Watch: Full Trailer for Mysterious New Sci-Fi Thriller 'Morgan'

June 27, 2016
Source: YouTube

Morgan Sci-Fi Trailer

"You'll see now how happy we can be." Fox has posted the new full-length theatrical trailer online for Luke Scott's upcoming thriller Morgan, which was originally playing in front of Independence Day: Resurgence over the weekend. It's a sci-fi film about a "human" that is captured after an incident, though it has some very horrific aspects to it, too. Kate Mara stars and the description on IMDb reveals that she is called in to "determine whether or not to terminate an artificial being's life that was made in a laboratory environment." The full cast also includes Anya Taylor-Joy, Toby Jones, Rose Leslie, Boyd Holbrook, Michelle Yeoh, Jennifer Jason Leigh, and Paul Giamatti. This first teaser didn't reveal that much, but this one sheds some light on what's going on and it looks pretty cool. I'm definitely intrigued and will be seeing this.

Here's the full theatrical trailer for Luke Scott's Morgan, direct from Fox's YouTube:

You can still watch the first teaser trailer for Morgan here, to compare the two trailers available so far.

A corporate troubleshooter (Kate Mara) is sent to a remote, top-secret location, where she is to investigate and evaluate a terrifying accident. She learns the event was triggered by a seemingly innocent "human," who presents a mystery of both infinite promise and incalculable danger. Morgan is directed by up-and-coming filmmaker Luke Scott, the son of director Ridley Scott, making his feature debut after a few short films previously. The screenplay is written by Seth W. Owen, along with Luke Scott. It's produced by Ridley Scott, Michael Schaefer, and Mark Huffam. 20th Century Fox is planning to release Luke Scott's Morgan in theaters starting on September 2nd later this year. For more updates visit their Facebook. Your thoughts?

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  • Man, these Scott kids are all over Hollywood lately. Although where's Jake Scott these days? Haven't seen a movie from him in a while.
    SPLICE meets EX MACHINA? I'll bite.
    • David Diaz
      I was thinking of the same two films. Nice.
      • Nash
        And a bit of Lucy...
  • Yawn. So predictable.
    • theundead
      So is your comment
      • Nash
        So is your reply to that comment and my ...
        • shiboleth
          Beautiful women are also predictable and I have no problem with it whatsoever ...
          • Nash
            That should end this pointless debate...
          • shiboleth
            Just trying to help. Cheers ...
          • Nash
            Much appreciated.
        • theundead
          Hush before I get Morgan on u
  • Quite up for checking this.
  • Bo
    I was surprised as this looks pretty good. They sure assembled an impressive cast. Now let's see if the Scott kid has any of his father's talent. Let's hope so. Big, big shadow to operate under though. Good luck to him and this movie of his.
  • shiboleth
    Well, it's a scary situation, you know? What one can do about it but to keep safe from it? And see if anything good happens ... But really, isn't it obvious that every 'next step in evolution' becomes always the step back? Hollywood is a bit in a denial (yeah, it lasts almost a whole century) when it comes to the social skills of current evolutional version of human powers ... No matter how good its execution looks ...
  • evilED
    Eh, looks like Ex-Machina with a clone.
  • Splice & Ex Machina




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