Mark Wahlberg (Contraband), Chiwetel Ejiofor (The Old Guard), Sophie Cookson (Red Joan), Jason Mantzoukas (The House), Rupert Friend (Hitman: Agent 47), Toby Jones (Berberian Sound Studio), Dylan O’Brien (American Assassin), Jóhannes Haukur Jóhannesson (Atomic Blonde), Liz Carr (Le Accelerator), Kae Alexander (Ready Player One), Tom Hughes (Cemetery Junction), Joana Ribeiro (The Man Who Killed Don Quixote), Wallis Day (Between Two Worlds), Raffiella Chapman (The Theory of Everything)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Antoine Fuqua (Training Day), director; Ian Shorr (Splinter), writer; Lorenzo di Bonaventura (The Meg), Mark Huffam (The Martian), Mark Vahradian (Man on a Ledge), Mark Wahlberg (Mile 22) and John Zaozirny (Eli), producers; Harry Gregson-Williams (Man on Fire), composer; Mauro Fiore (Avatar), cinematographer; Conrad Buff IV (Snow White and the Huntsman), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Evan McCauley (Wahlberg), a man diagnosed with schizophrenia, is troubled by visions of places he’s never been, and people he’s never met. One day, he is approached by a group of people known as Infinites, who are able to remember each of their past lives across centuries, and tell Evan that he is a reincarnated member. Evan then teams up with them to stop a rogue band of Infinites from destroying the world…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
It’s a double-helping of Antoine Fuqua this week (alongside his Netflix thriller The Guilty), with this intricate sci-fi action film starring Mark Wahlberg that’s a handy appetizer for Marvel’s Eternals later this year.