Ward (Will Smith) and Jakoby (Joel Edgerton), embark on a routine patrol night and encounter a darkness that will ultimately alter the future and their world as they know it. Bright is available only on Netflix this December.
The new look comes a few months after a spirited panel at San Diego Comic-Con, where David Ayer introduced the first trailer for the film and praised Netflix (while also knocking movie studios): "This ain't no bullshit PG-13 studio movie".More news: Vegetables sold at Albertsons, Walmart, Trader Joe's part of massive recall
Oh, the film is based in an alternate Earth where humans and fairytale creatures coexist, including elfs and orcs.
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What do you think about Bright's fusion of fantasy and cop movie? He's got a fun flair for action that overwhelms so numerous flaws in his work and also he's got a real skill at dealing with actors, especially when he's not working as a gun for hire or as the director of a Max Landis script.
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With all those different beings sharing a city, there are plenty of opportunities to offend someone, but in the trailer, Smith decides to drop what appears to be the equivalent of a racial epithet on one angry orc. After the trailer cuts to Edgerton's orc character looking uncomfortable, it becomes clear Smith's character needs a little sensitivity training - which the other orcs provide by stomping him out.
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