Monday, December 30, 2019

New release date and trailer for "Underwater", the underwater response to "Alien"

It promises to be one of the most intense film experiences of next year. Where is a good disaster and survival tape, take the rest. Precisely that is Underwater, one of those tapes born to make us spend cold sweats in our seats during a couple of hours.

When an earthquake leaves its underground laboratory devastated, 11 km. deep, a group of researchers must return to the surface if they want to save their lives. With that argument a film is presented in which Kristen Stewart, Vincent Cassel and T.J. Miller will pass those of Cain. January 31, 2020 is the date chosen for the release of a film that cuts the breath in its new advance.

After the purchase of 20th Century Fox by Disney, it has become part of the Underwater mouse company catalog, the title starring Kristen Stewart, T.J. Miller, Vincent Cassel and Jessica Henwick.

The film, which could be defined as the underwater response to "Alien: The Eighth Passenger", will finally arrive on our screens on January 31, a couple of weeks later than originally planned.

In it, a group of scientists working in an underground laboratory eleven meters deep will be surprised by a large earthquake. From that moment they should do everything possible to get out of the place alive and something has awakened at the bottom of the sea.

Last May 2017, Fox terminated the main production phase of 'Underwater', a submarine horror feature film starring Kristen Stewart who had been in the fridge since then. Today, now under the wing of the almighty Disney, the film has just resurfaced from the depths with a first trailer that arrives accompanied by a release date.

'Underwater' is the expected return to the direction of William Eubank, who has been inactive since signing the esteemed science fiction tape 'The Sign' in 2014 and, according to his brief logline, will invite us to accompany "a team of researchers submarines that must fight for their safety after an earthquake devastated their underground laboratory. " A premise to which we must add a handful of creatures with bad fleas.

Just having a look at this breakthrough, in addition to intuiting that the film promises a good dose of terror and action with an invoice at the height of the circumstances, it can be concluded that 'Underwater' could well be the fruit of a crazy night between the 'Aliens' and 'Abyss' by James Cameron. That said, it will be difficult to resist a cocktail, a priori, so appetizing.

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