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Entertainment Michael Peña takes shelter from aliens in first Extinction trailer

23:27  11 july  2018
23:27  11 july  2018 Source:   ew.com

Searching for aliens isn’t bizarre. What’s bizarre is that we haven’t found them.

  Searching for aliens isn’t bizarre. What’s bizarre is that we haven’t found them. The latest episode of our Netflix show, Explained, tackles the possibilities of extraterrestrial life. There are about 10^22 stars in the universe. That’s about10,000 stars for every grain of sand on Earth. Let’s say 5 percent of those stars are similar to our solar system’s sun. That’s 500 billion billionsuns out there. (Yep, billion billion is not a typo.)Andscientists estimate that 1 in 5 of those suns has an Earth-like planet. Given those numbers, many scientistsare confident that there is life to be found beyond Earth. If not, Earth would be a scientific miracle.

by surprise, the great Michael Peña has a movie coming out at the end of the month: alien -invasion thriller Extinction , in which he stars alongside Lizzy And yet, today’s first trailer for the Ben Young-directed flick paints a rather promising picture, teasing a sci-fi riff on Take Shelter that transforms into

A father has a recurring dream of losing his family. His nightmare turns reality when the planet is invaded by a force bent on destruction. Fighting for

In news that may take some of you completely by surprise, the great Michael Peña has a movie coming out at the end of the month: alien-invasion thriller Extinction, in which he stars alongside Lizzy Caplan as a father with recurring dreams of his family being destroyed by an unknown force. When an extraterrestrial armada arrives to destroy Earth, however, these visions may hold the only key to salvation.

a man looking at the camera© Provided by TIME Inc. Now, Extinction hasn’t had the easiest path to the big screen; like Alex Garland’s stunning sci-fi achievement Annihilation, it can lay claim to the dubious distinction of being too tonally tricky to market. Put more simply, after a few zigs and zags across Universal Pictures’ release calendar, the studio ended up pulling Extinction altogether, selling worldwide distribution rights to Netflix, which — with today’s first trailer — has plotted a July 27 release for the film. Whereas Paramount gave Annihilation a stateside theatrical release, pawning off rollouts in other countries to Netflix, Extinction isn’t even getting that, which is never a great sign.

Seven percent of Australia's reptiles 'risk extinction'

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First trailer for Netflix’s Extinction pits Michael Peña against an alien invasion. New, 1 comment. Work. Extinction , costarring Lizzy Caplan and Luke Cage’s Mike Colter, premieres on July 27th on Netflix.

And yet, today’s first trailer for the Ben Young-directed flick paints a rather promising picture, teasing a sci-fi riff on Take Shelter that transforms into a War of the Worlds-esque survival thriller. Young’s 2016 directorial debut Hounds of Love was one of the most psychologically complex horror-thrillers to come along in quite some time, and the prospect of pairing him with an actor as versatile as Peña sounds on paper like a slam dunk.

For Netflix, the title represents another high-caliber foray into sci-fi in a year that’s already seen the streaming giant roll out The Cloverfield Paradox, TAU, Mute, The Titan, and sci-fi series Altered Carbon to considerable success. Luckily, those wondering why Universal looked the other way with this one don’t have long to wait. Extinction will hit Netflix on July 27.

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