New Japanese Version of Wachowskis' First 'Jupiter Ascending' Trailer
"You've been searching for one thing your whole life… and she's down there." I cannot wait for this. But maybe that's just me. Another trailer for the Wachowskis' new sci-fi movie, Jupiter Ascending, has just debuted. This Japanese version of the original trailer doesn't feature too many changes aside from being a shorter, more condensed version of that first trailer with more of a focus on Mila Kunis, including maybe one or two new shots of her barely spliced in. I think this looks absolutely crazy and wacky, in all the best ways possible, with sci-fi extravagance galore and such a unique visual splendor to it all. Yes, Channing Tatum looks a bit odd, but I don't think that will matter in the end. Fire it up if you want to see this version.
Jupiter Ascending is written and directed by filmmaker siblings Andy Wachowski & Lana Wachowski, the duo behind Bound, the Matrix trilogy, Speed Racer and Cloud Atlas just last year. Official synopsis: In a universe where humans are near the bottom of the evolutionary ladder, a young destitute human woman is targeted for assassination by the Queen of the Universe because her very existence threatens to end the Queen's reign. The cast includes Sean Bean, Eddie Redmayne, Douglas Booth, James D'Arcy and Doona Bae. Warner Bros will open Jupiter Ascending in theaters everywhere July 18th this summer, right after Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. Watch the original US trailer. "Some lives will always matter more than others."
Reader Feedback - 3 Comments
This movies just looks like a giant mess...and I like this directing duo. The two main leads kill it for me though. Terrible actors
SkyNet300 on Feb 28, 2014
SMH. Movies like this need unfamiliar actors to create any kind of believability. No matter how good the actors can be, I'm transported to shitty 70's style tv shows and male strippers.
nynex on Feb 28, 2014
Lol yeah those actors can't act their way out of a paper bag. Yikes Trainwreck incoming!
SkyNet300 on Mar 1, 2014
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