July 3, 2022

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Crimes of the Future starring Kristen Stewart drops a horror-themed trailer

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much awaited movie David Cronenberg title “future crimes“Coming soon. One of the talented directors has been away from giving any direction work on screen for 8 years now. While he is making a comeback now, the expectations from his film are definitely high. So you can see his coming. What can you expect from the film?

Here’s what you need to know about Crimes of the Future and its other details.

Crimes Of The Future Drop A Trailer

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While the dropped teaser is barely a minute long. It starts with the name of the director of the film in the trailer. While a corpse is seen lying in the trailer. Kristen Stewart Was it hard to miss anyone in the teaser. As the teaser seemed to be horror themed. In this, not much was disclosed about the film.

The teaser however shows some story about the technology used in relation to the human body. Also, we may also get to see some mutations and other things to see in the film. Also, David’s touch to the film is definitely there to make it feel like his previous films, but it will stand out differently nonetheless.

Stewart-starrer coming out in June

Kristen Stewart
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If after watching the trailer you can’t wait to see it on the big screen. Then you won’t have to wait much for it. The Stewart-starrer is due out in June this year. However, no specific release date has been announced yet.

In the meantime, you can definitely get to know the star cast for the film which includes Viggo Mortensen, Kristen Stewart, Lee Seydoux, Robert Speedman, and many more. However, the screening of the film is to be held in May this year at the Cannes Film Festival. The distribution rights of the film, however, have been given to Neon.

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