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New 'Jupiter Ascending' Trailer Goes Pew, Pew, Pew

That headline is based on what I hear in my head when I see the pictures

Jupiter Ascending international trailer
Channing Tatum in Jupiter Ascending
Photo: Warner Bros.

I have no idea what to expect when it comes to the Wachowskis' Jupiter Ascending. Since I do my best not to watch trailers, only skim them for images such as the one above, I can only judge this thing from what I've seen, not heard, and it looks like they threw the whole pot of sci-fi pasta at the screen just to see what would stick. As with anything Wachowski, I expect it to be different, but will it be any good?

The plot centers on Jupiter Jones (Mila Kunis) who is tracked down by Caine (Channing Tatum), a genetically engineered ex-military hunter, because her genetic signature marks her as next in line for an extraordinary inheritance that could alter the balance of the cosmos. Sean Bean (The Lord of the Rings Trilogy), Eddie Redmayne (Les Misérables), Douglas Booth (Noah), Tuppence Middleton (TV's "The Lady Vanishes"), Doona Bae (Cloud Atlas), James D'Arcy (Hitchcock) and Tim Pigott-Smith (Alice in Wonderland) co-star.

The film is set for release on July 25 and it looks like one hell of a wild ride, one I'm hoping really elevates the Wachowskis back to the pop culture statues they enjoyed after The Matrix.

Watch a new international trailer below.

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  • Travis

    Let me guess: Sean Bean dies

  • kathrynlynn

    This is my favorite article heading of the week.

    • Adu

      I second that.

  • JN Films

    This movie looks so visually gorgeous, and it's a totally film lover movie.

  • robotsrule

    All of the visuals and big set pieces aren't going to amount to much if wooden C-tates and Mila Kunis can't get the audience invested in their characters and if the stakes and tension aren't in the script and direction. We'll see...