The new documentary The Big Future is available now for streaming on Netflix.
The film was originally scheduled to debut at the Sundance Film Festival in January, but was pushed back due to “international tensions,” the studio said.
The film follows a group of young people who live in a world where drugs and violent crime are on the rise, but a few escape into the underground.
“We don’t want this to be a cliché, we don’t even want to think about it as a cliché,” director Michael Fassbender told The Hollywood Reporter.
“What we want is this to feel like an epic story that happens in a new, post-apocalyptic world where everyone is on drugs, violence and drugs.”
The film was created by director Michael Bay and stars Jason Segel, Emma Roberts, Emily Blunt, Jason Lee, Michael Douglas, Josh Gad, Michael Shannon, Jussie Smollett, Mandy Patinkin, Sarah Michelle Gellar, and many others.
It will be available in the U.S. on April 15.
The Big Future marks the first feature film to premiere on Netflix in nearly two years.
Bay’s next project, The Jungle Book, was released in November, but it was met with mixed reviews from critics.
“A few people complained that it was too short and didn’t have enough heart, but there was one major complaint from a lot of critics that it did a lot too much,” Bay told The New York Times.
“So we made it longer, and people complained about the same thing.”
The documentary follows a young man who travels to the Amazon in search of a lost tribe of people.
The movie is expected to open at the Cannes Film Festival and will be released in the United States on May 11.
Chattanooga, Tennessee — Gov.
Jimmy Carter on Friday called on Democrats in Tennessee to “stop the self-aggrandizement and begin the work of rebuilding the state.”
In a radio interview with WTVC’s “The Mike and Mike Show,” Carter said Democrats are “not looking to go after anybody.”
He said he was not looking for any political scalp and that his message of fiscal responsibility and fiscal responsibility was a core value for Tennessee voters.
“If there is a lot of talk about self-serving and self-gratification and self interest, that’s a mistake.
I don’t think we need that at this time,” Carter told host Mike Meeks.
He continued: “And, so, I’m not going to try to pull the strings of the people who are running our government.
I think that’s not a good way to run a government.
That’s not what Tennessee is about.”
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