First Teaser Trailer for David Ayer's Orcs Movie 'Bright' with Will Smith

February 26, 2017
Source: YouTube

Bright Trailer

"I'm assuming this doesn't end well." Netflix premiered a trailer for their upcoming new sci-fi fantasy movie from director David Ayer, who last made Suicide Squad. The project is titled Bright and comes from a screenplay written by Max Landis, of Chronicle and American Ultra. This is the movie you may have heard about where there are orc creatures living among the humans. Will Smith plays a cop in Los Angeles who ends up in the middle of a turf war. The cast includes Joel Edgerton, Noomi Rapace, Edgar Ramírez, Ike Barinholtz, Brad William Henke, Lucy Fry and Dawn Olivieri. This is just a tease, so they don't reveal too much yet, but I am definitely curious about this. I want to see more footage. Take a look below.

Here's the first official teaser trailer for David Ayer's Bright, direct from YouTube:

In an alternate present-day where magical creatures live among us, two L.A. cops become embroiled in a prophesied turf battle. Bright is directed by American filmmaker David Ayer, of the films Harsh Times, Street Kings, End of Watch, Sabotage, Fury, and Suicide Squad previously. The screenplay is written by writer Max Landis, of Chronicle, Me Him Her, American Ultra, Mr. Right, Victor Frankenstein, and "Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency". Netflix will release Ayer's Bright in select theaters + streaming online this December. No exact release date has been announced yet. Stay tuned for updates. First impression?

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  • RAW_D
    Orcs and L.A.? Well that's an odd match up. I like Max Landis though, although he can be a BIT annoying at times lol. Ayers seems like the perfect fit for this...Will Smith...looks like he's being Will Smith *sigh*
    • For a Netflix movie, it looks pretty decent. As for Max Landis, he didn't write yet a script that shook my foundations. Chronicle was decent to good. But that's it.
    • Cyberdine
      Yup. Will Smith always seems to be Will Smith to me as well. The only time I gave him true actual "acting" credit was in Concussion.
  • Hmm Ayer directing i am on board, but suicide squad was a terrible movie to watch.But we can have a off day...
    • Yep. Suicide Squad tried hard to be fun and failed hard too. characters were all one dimensional pricks. Writing was atrocious. Ayer has a big share of responsibility in this mess, even though I'm pretty sure it's due to studio exec. interference.
      • Bo
        Not too sure about the studio exec's interference, tarek, but this guy's writing and directing has always seemed to be a bit off, over the top, whatever and never really works for me. I hated, hated Fury. Training Day was interesting, but Washington was a bit way over the top for me. I did like Street Kings though because I've always seemed to like Keanu Reeves. This newest of Ayer's I'll probably want to see because it has Noomie Repace in it and she's one of my favorite actresses nowadays. Cheers.
        • Cyberdine
          I'd have to agree with you on this assessment.
        • You hated fury???? Great movie!!
          • Bo
            To each his own, I reckon. I just remember hating the American G.I.'s, especially in the dinner scene and their treatment of the women and Pitt's character allowing it. They were, to put it bluntly, pigs! Who could ever care about them and what happens to them after they behaved in that manner? I also thought the whole ending sequence was ridiculous with them staying back to fight the whole German Army practically. I was in the military. I would have gracefully hiked at their grandstanding and holding their ground which didn't work anyway. He gave them a chance to leave and they should have instead of being non-heroes and all getting killed for no reason. Absurd! To me. Glad you liked it though. I've known others who agree with you. Cheers!
  • shiboleth
    Well, I'll take Will Smith's last words on the end as a measure of this and than hope for the best ...
    Super Official.
  • redtie
    According to this "present-day where magical creatures live," this is not Science Fiction. This is Fantasy. What have they been teaching the children in school!?!?
  • Gotta hand it to Netflix. They're trying to make serious features. Of course, it requires a movie about LA orcs.
  • lewinston
    Orcs are cool and all but don't mess with those South Central Gnomes and West Side Dwarves.
  • Cyberdine
    I hope Thorin makes an appearance and schools Will on how to deal with those Orc ruffians.
  • Panzerknecker
    Elves too.
  • bumboclot
    Will Smith and other magical creatures living among humans in LA? Seems like this is neither Science nor Fiction. Why the "sci-fi" label?




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