Long in development – and we mean that LongHe's been in the business for over two decades – High Concept Action Thriller Gemini Man Finally, it goes to the screens with Ang Lee at the director's seat and Will Smith, who takes on a dual role as lead (s). Take a look at a trailer that we wondered would ever appear below.
Smith plays Henry Brogan, an elite assassin who wants to move out of the game, who is suddenly targeted and persecuted by a mysterious young agent who can seemingly predict each of his moves. If you've seen the trailer, you already know why – this new hitman is a clone of Brogan, 25 years his junior. The scene is prepared for a match that only one can safely survive …
"This story can not be told in the cinema as we know it, and with incredible new digital technology, we can not only see the younger and older Will Smith together on the screen, but also experience making history deep," says Lee. "It's my great fortune to be able to experiment and test the boundaries of the new digital cinema, not least to work with two Will Smiths – one that's nicely crafted, the other overly honest." In my opinion, this is Will at its best, and when the two come together, that's something truly magical, as well as the immense effort and technical skills of the crew to create a new aesthetic that exists between cinematography, art department, visual effects, and "The technical team was both inspiring as well as heartwarming. I really hope that this movie will bring a whole new theatrical experience to audiences around the world. "
Smith is equally confusing: "The emotional and physical challenges I've faced with this film have been the most demanding of my career, and Ang has pushed the boundaries to give people a cinema experience not found anywhere else not the case Just an action movie, but an exploration of what the younger self can ultimately teach the older: I'm 50 years old now, and the irony of becoming a 23-year-old junior is the 23-year-old I would not be We're ready for this experience or role, and we hope this story has something for everyone – never before seen cinematic magic, differentiated, understandable characters and next-level action. "
Clive Owen, Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Benedict Wong also perform, and the movie is set to go live on UK cinemas from October.
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