Ten years have handed (in film time) for the reason that occasions of 2013’s “Pacific Rim,” however truthfully, did anybody suppose the Kaiju have been actually gone for good?
Not solely are they not gone, however they’ve developed, and humanity’s going to should double down on preventing again.
The primary full trailer for “Pacific Rim: Rebellion,” which continues the story of Earth’s battle in opposition to large monsters we are able to solely battle by carrying large Jaeger fits, was launched Friday at New York Comedian-Con. A brief teaser within the type of a mock Jaeger program recruitment video got here out in July.
John Boyega of “Star Wars: The Drive Awakens” fame performs Jake Pentecost, son of Stacker Penecost (Idris Elba) from the primary movie. Actors getting back from the primary movie are Charlie Day, Burn Gorman and Rinko Kikuchi, with Scott Eastwood becoming a member of the solid. Charlie Hunnam will not be again for this one, he was reportedly too busy starring within the remake of “Papillon.”
Within the sequel, Boyega’s Jake has deserted his Jaeger coaching and his legacy and turn into caught up in crime. However when the world wants him, he joins Eastwood’s gifted rival pilot Lambert and a 15-year-old Jaeger hacker (Cailee Spaeny) to see if humanity can cancel the apocalypse as soon as once more.
And positive, plots are good and all, however aren’t all of us simply watching the trailer to see the brand new Jaegers (Gipsy Avenger, obvious inheritor to Gipsy Hazard!) and Kaiju combine it up?
“We thought we had sacrificed sufficient,” a grim Jake says within the trailer. “However the battle we thought we completed, is simply starting, and the one factor standing in entrance of the apocalypse is us.” That is a pleasant calm speech, however the very best line of the trailer comes later and is a bit more panicked, when he shrieks, “FIRE EVERYTHING YOU’VE GOT!”
“Pacific Rim: Rebellion” is scheduled for launch on March 23, 2018.
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