Mila Kunis stars in new Jupiter Ascending trailer from the Wachowskis
Channing Tatum, Eddie Redmayne and Sean Bean also feature
Lana and Andy Wachoswki latest sci-fi film Jupiter Ascending has debuted a new trailer, teasing much interplanetary struggle for Mila Kunis and Channing Tatum's characters.
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Kunis plays Jupiter Jones in the movie, a house cleaner with a destiny that takes her far out of the realms of the ordinary, her chance encounter with alien soldier Caine (Tatum) triggering a chain of events that could upset the balance of the cosmos.
This latest trailer is heavy on action, filled with fire, colliding starships and gunfights in space.
Sean Bean and Eddie Redmayne also star in the film, along with Doona Bae, Tim Pigott-Smith, James D'Arcy, Tuppence Middleton and Douglas Booth.
The Wachoswkis are probably best known for The Matrix, with Jupiter Ascending having been described as a cross between the 1999 film and Star Wars.
The siblings are also working on a TV series for Netflix called Sense8, which will focus on eight people scattered around the globe who are connected by a shared, violent vision.
They will reportedly include a closeted Mexican telenovela hunk, an Icelandic party girl, a German safe-cracker, a Korean businesswoman, an African bus driver and a transgender American blogger.
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