The trailer for Will Smith's new Netflix movie, Bright

by Wade Massey July 24, 2017, 0:06
The trailer for Will Smith's new Netflix movie, Bright

Smith plays an LAPD cop who is partnered with an orc (Edgerton) who together must stop and/or solve the city's many supernatural crimes.

Netflix announce that David Ayer's BRIGHT from celebrated screenwriter Max Landis will Premiere on the platform on December 22 and unveil the Brand New Trailer and Stills for the eagerly awaited film! Ayer was effusive about the support that Netflix gave him, in terms of funding and creative freedom. You can watch the preview clip below.

At first Smith defused the question with a polite laugh and artful dodge, "I think Mr. Nolan's a wonderful director and I will not say anything that keeps me from being in his next movie..." I was able to tell a fucking story. "It was this insane mashup of the grit and that hard, rated-R grind of Training Day. but then smashed with Lord of the Rings". "Driving around downtown a vehicle with windows open looking like I look in the movie, the power of Will Smith becomes clear: nobody cares if a monster is driving the auto".

Smith isn't the only Suicide Squad cast member to reunite with director Ayer for the project, as Jay Hernandez and Ike Barinholtz are on board as well. "You're like, 'Look man, I don't want no orcs in my auto'". In an interview with IndieWire, the "Dunkirk" director criticized Netflix's distribution model, saying, "Netflix has a freaky aversion to supporting theatrical films".

"Netflix is going to pull a lot of talent because they are so supportive", said Ayer. "It feels like 20 years ago with them".

The movie, which was shot on a budget of $90 million stars Will Smith, Noomi Rapace and Joel Edgerton and is set in a universe that bears more than a slight resemblance to Shadowrun.

'Men in Black' and 'Lord of the Rings' collide in the trailer for Netflix's epic fantasy Bright starring Will Smith.

Bright is poised to be Netflix's first blockbuster offering, grabbing to Will Smith's starpower in hopes of creating a hit for the platform later in the film.

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