Mark Wahlberg lives, dies and repeats himself in the first infinite trailer



This may have blinded Mark Wahlberg and director Antoine Fuqua (Training day, Equalizer) to learn their sci-fi / action movie Infinite was hitting the streaming queues straight instead of a conventional theatrical run, but here we are with a June 10 release date and a first trailer.

The concept of history itself has been reinterpreted several times in recent history. This year, a partially similar hook was the basis of Joe Carnahan’s Boss level with Frank Grillo and Mel Gibson, as well as Max Barbakow’s Palm springs with Andy Samberg and Cristin Milioti. A little further back, the public experienced the déjà vu with Doug Liman Edge of tomorrow with Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt. And of course, there’s the OG Time Loop movie: groundhog day, directed by legendary Harold Ramis and starring the inimitable Bill Murray.

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Unlike all of the above, however, aside from the presence of Marky Mark, this film will center on Wahlberg’s Evan McCauley – a man who soon discovers that his hallucinations are in fact flashbacks from past lives that he has taken. reincarnated from beyond. Hunted by an organization led by Chiwetel Ejifor’s Ted, the immortal Evan McCauley (referred to in this universe as an “infinite”) must confront the mysterious and mind-blowing nature of his existence while running his life / lives.

Wahlberg and Ejifor will be joined by a cast consisting of Sophie Cookson, Jason Mantzoukas, Rupert Friend, Liz Carr, Toby Jones, Dylan O’Brien, and more. The screenplay is based on the novel by D. Eric Maikranz The reincarnationist papers and was adapted by Ian Shorr (Sparkle, Training day TV shows). Wahlberg and Fuqua were also producers

While Infinite starring Mark Wahlberg and Chiwetel Ejiofor is set to decorate the small screen (s) on June 10 in the US, it’s unclear where it will end up here in Australia – watch the trailer above.


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