Zack Snyder’s Insurgent Moon: First Footage Revealed

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Though Zack Snyder first introduced he can be making a science fiction epic Insurgent Moon again in July of 2021, it seems like we’ve been ready lots longer—a lot—to really see what the rattling factor seems like. Fortunately, Netflix has rolled out a preview of what’s coming to the streaming service in 2023, and it consists of the primary take a look at the film in motion, emphasis on the motion.

If you understand these Netflix preview compilations, you understand they include solely the briefest smatterings of footage, however no less than it’s sufficient to know Insurgent Moon does certainly exist. The look begins at 2:02:

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Actually, it’s too little to get any kind of sense of the sci-fantasy film aside from “very violent, R-rated Star Wars” (to not be confused with the “gritty and grounded Star Wars” of Andor). Snyder did tweet that star Sofia Boutella, seen up high, will play Kora, “the reluctant hero from a peaceable colony who’s about to seek out she’s her folks’s final hope.” The film additionally stars Charlie Hunnam, Djimon Housou, Ray Fisher, Jena Malone, Ed Skrein, Anthony Hopkins, and extra.

Now, pop again to 1:25 and take a look at Damsel, a medieval fantasy movie starring Millie Bobby Brown, Angela Bassett, and Robin Wright, on the lookout for all of the world like Queen Buttercup. Once more, it’s not a lot, however the sight of Brown wielding a sword definitely has me intrigued.

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So we will no less than watch Damsel, premiering October 13, whereas we await Insurgent Moon to enter our orbit on December 22

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