A Chaos Walking trailer teaser provides us first-look footage at the long-delayed sci-fi movie starring Tom Holland and Daisy Ridley. A Chaos Walking trailer teaser reveals the first-look footage at Tom Holland and Daisy Ridley‘s long-delayed science-fiction movie.
The film underwent principal photography back in the year 2017 and was at one point set to premiere in the year 2019, but it is still yet to see the light of day. Most are aware that it has endured various setbacks, including substantial reshoots in response to low test screenings.
But now, Chaos Walking finally appears to be on the right track, as marketing for it is underway. The first Chaos Walking poster was released recently. It does not have an official release date yet, but Lionsgate is raising hype and awareness for their upcoming project.
You can have a look at the trailer here.
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— IGN (@IGN) November 17, 2020
Chaos Walking: New Images Revealed Before Trailer Launch
The studio confirmed on social media recently that the first trailer is set to make its debut later this week. As viewers wait for a full-length preview, a short tease of what to expect is now online. IGN shared the video on social media handle, Twitter, revealing the full trailer will be available on November 19 Thursday.
While not as comprehensive as the upcoming full-length trailer, this first-look attempts to set up the story’s bare bones. Chaos Walking is set in a dystopian future, where Todd Hewitt, whose role is played by Tom Holland, is under the impression all of the women in a colony world are dead.
This is why Todd is so surprised to encounter Viola Eade, whose role is played by Ridley out in the wild, setting the stage for a story of mystery and intrigue. The footage also serves as a roll call for some supporting cast, including Cynthia Erivo, Mads Mikkelsen, and Nick Jonas, suggesting their characters have vital roles to play in the story.
There is no denying director Doug Liman assembled a top-notch cast to bring this adaptation to life, and it’ll be interesting to get a more significant idea of what is in store when the full trailer comes out later this week.
This movie has the potential to turn into a franchise, so Lionsgate is hoping it catches on with general audiences.