One More Imagine Dragons Music Trailer for Sci-Fi Movie 'Passengers'
"But in the blink of an eye, everything changed…" Sony Pictures has revealed one more trailer for the sci-fi movie Passengers, starring Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence as the only two people awake on an interstellar spaceship traveling to another solar system. We've seen lots of footage this by now, with plenty of trailers to choose from, but this one has even more scenes that haven't been shown yet. This new trailer also features the song "Levitate" by Imagine Dragons, which helps set the mood for the romance. They're definitely selling the love angle in this trailer, showing Lawrence eventually falling for Pratt, despite their circumstances. Fine with me, I just hope it brings big audiences in to see this! More sci-fi movies, the better.
Here's the new Imagine Dragons trailer for Morten Tyldum's Passengers, direct from YouTube:
"We boarded the Avalon with a destination… 120 years hibernation means we'll wake up in a new century, on a new planet. A year ago, everything changed…" "Something went wrong with the hibernation pods."
A spacecraft traveling to a distant colony planet and transporting thousands of people has a malfunction in its sleep chambers. As a result, two passengers are awakened 60 years early. Passengers is directed by Oscar nominated Norwegian filmmaker Morten Tyldum, of the films Buddy, Fallen Angels, Headhunters and The Imitation Game previously. The screenplay is written by acclaimed sci-fi screenwriter Jon Spaihts, credited for the films The Darkest Hour, Prometheus and the upcoming The Mummy reboot. This project has been in the works for many years, for a longtime with Keanu Reeves attached to star. Sony will release Passengers in theaters everywhere starting December 21st later this year. Are you excited to see this now?
Reader Feedback - 7 Comments
The space suits are looking cheap AF.
DAVIDPD on Nov 29, 2016
Imagine dragons is one of my least favorite bands working today. I don't understand this movies hype at all.
tree on Nov 29, 2016
Even I might be criticized for it, this looks like a pure money grab ... Although idea doesn't need to be bad ...
shiboleth on Nov 29, 2016
as opposed to most Hollywood movies which are made purely for art
Kenobi on Nov 29, 2016
No, in line with them ...
shiboleth on Nov 30, 2016
They are trying SO HARD to market the sh*t out of this movie, and that makes me skeptical about quality of the movie. Too big named stars make it too big to fail? And that song sucked and totally did not work for that trailer. Should've used Ave Maria or Claire de Lune to make it romanticised. Rant end.
RAW_D on Nov 29, 2016
Speaking of Imagine Dragons, did you know Kai's theme in "Kung Fu Panda 3" is really "I'm So Sorry"?
Mark Brackney on Dec 3, 2016
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