Will the ‘Bright’ movie be as confusing as its Trailer?
Netflix dropped the final trailer for upcoming original film ‘Bright’ just two weeks before the release. The script is written by Max Landis and directed by David Ayer (Fury). The film is of urban fantasy crime genre, and the story revolves around two police officers. The movie takes place in present times but in a universe where humans live alongside magical orcs and elves. Will Smith portrays a role of the typical human police officer who is partnered with the orc police officer played by Joel Edgerton.
The story of Bright unfolds when both of them are at work during one night and get themselves entangled in a weird crime situation. They find Noomi Rapace in possession of mystical wand that can make any wish come true.
Bright Trailer Breakdown
The first trailer for the movie came back in August where it focused more on the drama aspect and darker side of the film. The current version is lighter in tone and has more mystical scenes in it. From the trailers itself, it looks like the comedy, fantasy, crime, drama, thriller, action and maybe have a love story hidden in it. To be honest, the trailer looks damn confusing and may even bring down your interest in watching this movie.
The trailer is not that good, and there has been no promotion around it, as Will Smith has kept his mouth shut regarding the movie. So, now it may not seem like a good movie. However, going on the David Ayer’s past work like Suicide Squad where he had no freedom from the creative perspective. And he was shoved with the ideas from Warner Bros. execs even after that he made the decent movie out of it.
Currently, Netflix is known for its creative freedom and exceptional taste in content. Maybe David Ayer has made a movie worth watching and as may well blow our mind away. I hope the film doesn’t confuse you like the trailer does and provide us with the fantastic experience. As it has been a long time that I have seen a good film from Will Smith.
Bright Cast & Director –
Cast – Will Smith, Joel Edgerton, Noomi Rapace, Lucy Fry, Edgar Ramirez and Ike Barinholtz
Director – David Ayer
Release Date – December 22, 2017