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New BRIGHT Trailer Makes A Shootout Awkward

26 October 2017

Ward, a human (Will Smith), and Jakoby, an orc (Joel Edgerton), embark on a routine night patrol that will alter the future of their world as they know it. Directed by Suicide Squad's David Ayer, the fantasy action film is a twist on the usual buddy cop formula, with the latest trailer showcasing cop shootouts with fantasy effects. By far, what stands out the most is the star, Will Smith.

Bright is set in an alternate present-day where humans co-exist with fantasy creatures such as orcs, elves, and fairies.

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A new trailer for the film has been released, which suggest it'll be a unusual but potentially pretty good movie.

When these two are forced to partner together - Edgerton's orc is the first to ever join the otherwise all-human police force - they are soon thrown in the deep end of a very unsafe plot involving sinister wizards and a magic wand that is described as "a nuclear bomb that grants wishes".

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Bright will be on Netflix from December 22nd. The movie will also play in select theaters as well!

The trailer revolves around Smith and Egerton's characters chasing down and protecting the wand from evil elf Noomi Rapace, as well as any nefarious humans that may want to get their hands on the artifact. The fact that Max Landis wrote the picture still gives me pause, but there's a enough weirdness going on to give it a fair shake. "I was able to do my thing".

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Judging by the trailer, it's clear that all of the money is up there on the screen.

New BRIGHT Trailer Makes A Shootout Awkward