The riddle of Anne Hathaway and Matthew McConaughey’s new film is disentangled more in the main Serenity trailer.
The Oscar victors rejoin after Interstellar for the most recent work from essayist chief Steven Knight, who appreciates playing with groups of onlookers heads. Knight coordinated Locke and Redemption, yet he additionally co-made Tom Hardy’s Taboo FX arrangement and the BBC Two hit Peaky Blinders — also he penned the screenplay for The Girl in the Spider’s Web.
With Serenity, we get a surface-level commence without jumping too profound into what’s extremely going ahead with this story.
Hathaway plays inverse McConaughey as an apparition of lady friends past, as it were. Dough puncher Dill (McConaughey) is an angling vessel commander driving the straightforward life on Plymouth Island, a tropical area where he drives drifting visits. One night, his ex Karen (Hathaway) appears all of a sudden. Turns out, Dill’s name is truly John and he has a past he’s attempting to surpass, however, Karen needs his assistance. Her new spouse (Jason Clarke) has been manhandling her and she needs Dill to take him out onto the sea and feed him to the sharks.
Be that as it may, something different is going ahead here. The tick of Dill’s angling line accentuates the Serenity trailer, which is loaded with flashes of hot scenes, weapons, baffling figures, and a suicide. Everything paves the way to the obscure line, “Sometimes we do bad things for good reasons.”
Djimon Hounsou (Guardians of the Galaxy), Jeremy Strong (HBO’s Succession), and Diane Lane (Justice League) likewise star in Serenity, which shot on the area on the island country of Mauritius.
The film will open in theaters this Oct. 19. Watch the main trailer above.