Everyone knew that Deadpool was starting a new trend in superhero films by creation it R-Rated, a trend followed this year by Logan, though no one could have likely it would lead to a full fledged fear film next. But that is accurately what The New Mutants appears it will be.
Director Josh Boone (The Fault In Our Stars) had commented that his subsequent film The New Mutants would be a fear film, though there were a lot of doubts. After all a film was still set to be formed on a renouned X-Men spin-off comic book series. Still, now that a initial trailer has been expelled it looks like he’s vital adult to his promise. There doesn’t seem to be any of a standard superhero film cliches, such as costumes or a supervillian. The film only appears to be a true adult fear film surrounding 5 kids who only occur to have mutant abilities.
The film stars Game of Thrones’ Maisie Williams as Rahne Sinclair / Wolfsbane (a mutant who turns into a werewolf like creature), The Witch‘s Anya Taylor-Joy as Illyana Rasputin / Magik (A temptress who can teleport and uses sorcery from a demon dimension), Stranger Things‘ Charlie Heaton as Sam Guthrie / Cannonball (who can fly and spin his physique stone hard), Henry Zaga of 13 Reasons Why as Sunspot / Roberto da Costa (who is literally a tellurian torch) and The Original‘s Blu Hunt as Danielle Moonstar / Mirage (who can make her opponents fears or hopes spin into manifest illusions). Alice Braga plays a alloy examination over a students, and she tells them they are there since they are dangerous.
The trailer looking scary, and plays out like your standard fear film. Even a creepy delivery of Pink Floyd’s “Another Brick in a Wall” will lift a hairs on a behind of your neck
The New Mutants hits theaters on Apr 13, 2018.